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Grand opening comes after years of planning.
Government, Police & Fire
County officials hope to thwart an increase of domestic violence incidences in Prince George's County.
Purple Line may not open doors past 10 p.m. on UMd.’s campus
County Council mulls tracking gun offenders.
Government, Schools, Business
A roundup of news and information from around Prince George's County, MD.
Inspections help ensure consumers are buying the type of gas advertised, officials said.
A new ordinance is expected to be introduced in June, Gazette reports.
The budget includes education funds for classroom upgrades and one-time bonuses for county employees.
Electric companies consider offering opt-out policies for smart meters—but not for free.
Council members voted to eliminate funds for a one-day council and senior staff retreat.
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