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PGCPS FY 2018 Budget Hearing at Charles Herbert HS

The Prince George’s County Board of Education held its first public hearing on the fiscal year 2018 operating budget on January 24, 2017 at Charles Herbert Flowers High School. 97 more words

#VisuallySpeaking: Nef_Film Discusses Confidence, Hometown Influence, Color Theory & Film Favorites!

Visual maven Nefertiti a.k.a Nef Film has created a visual brand inspired by the classic art method of Color Theory. Tapping into her timeless views of cinematography with a modern twist, … 999 more words

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Student Board Member Juwan Blocker files a Grievance to @PGCPSCEO

Student board member Juwan Blocker has created a petition urging the Prince George’s County CEO  Dr. Kevin Maxwell to keep Hyattsville Middle School’s creative writing program. 535 more words

The Day Former PGCPS Executive Cornered With Corruption Walked Away.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Metro Schools director Dr. Shawn Joseph (Former PGCPS Executive) ordered his staff not to answer NewsChannel 5’s questions about his hiring practices, planning instead to attack the station’s reporting after a story aired. 996 more words

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Pr. George’s liquor commissioner accused of bribery resigns -

A Prince George’s County liquor commissioner accused of accepting bribes resigned from his post Friday, and Gov. Larry Hogan called for the reform of Maryland’s system of regulating alcohol sales, which he called “antiquated” and “without oversight.” 1,072 more words

Federal bribery charges filed over Prince George’s County liquor licenses

Two liquor store owners looking for an advantage with Sunday sales bribed public officials in a scheme that involved money drops in the men’s restroom of a restaurant and bank deposits by an elected official who pulled stacks of cash from his pockets, federal prosecutors said Thursday. 1,314 more words

PGCPS’ year a mix of loss and success Featured

UPPER MARLBORO – Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) was no stranger to front-page news in 2016.

This year was marked by multiple tragedies in the school systems, headline-grabbing scandals, and quiet successes. 1,422 more words