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Residents of College Park gathered with staff from the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission to brainstorm ideal neighborhood developments in light of the upcoming Purple Line.
The Maryland Transit Administration held an open house to talk Purple Line. Some area residents are excited about the light rail; others are skeptical about the promises.
Police & Fire
Police shut down Annapolis Road-Coopers Lane intersection to traffic due to a two-car accident that left two people injured.
At an Oct. 25 open forum on Prince George’s County schools, parents and school officials looked for ways to boost learning when classrooms are crowded and budgets are slim.
An Oct. 14 meeting of the Board of Education had parents and school board members expressing concerns over student performance and the state of Talented and Gifted programs.
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