Melford Vote on Monday, Asian Brothel Raided and More in Prince George's County Headlines
The top news stories from around Prince George's County.
The Bowie City Council must decide to either amend the covenants on the Melford property, which would pave the way for extensive retail and residential development on the site, or to leave the covenants as they stand.
Francesca's Collections and Fashion to Figure are both set to open this spring.
Police Chief cites increase in theft from autos as assault reporting as contributing to the upward trend, even as other types of crime in the city are at historic lows.
The second brothel discovered in two weeks by police in Greenbelt was closed Tuesday.
Graphs break down number of federal employees in each Maryland county.
The Maryland Public Service Commission issued an order on Wednesday directing electricity companies to improve service reliability and resiliency.
If all goes according to plan, the Town Centre at Laurel—an open-air retail and residential plaza planned for the former site of Laurel Mall—will start to take shape at the site in the next month or two.
Maryland State Police say two troopers assigned to the College Park barrack were injured early Friday morning after their patrol car was struck by a drunk driver on I-95 in Laurel.
A University Park man was assaulted inside his own home Monday after he unwittingly interrupted a burglary-in-progress, according to University Park police.