Residents Sue Prince George’s County Over Redistricting Map Approved By Council

A group of residents is suing Prince George’s County over redistricting plans that a divided council approved in November, resurrecting debate that has deepened divides among Democrats in this blue suburb. The redistricting map — which was slammed by more than 150 residents during public testimony — removed three liberal politicians from districts in which…

Savor Food Hall Grand Opening!

Join the Maryland Black Mayors in celebrating the very first Food Hall in Prince George’s County! We look forward to seeing you there!  

Prince George’s officials break ground on $250M Capitol Heights project 

Our relatively close neighbor, Capitol Heights, is bringing the legacy back! Construction is about to get underway on a $250 million Prince George’s County development that is expected to bring more than 500,000 square feet of mixed-use to Capitol Heights. Hampton Park, the redevelopment of the 25-acre Hampton Mall, will include a $35 million, 115,000-square-foot…

New Carrollton Quickly Becoming Prince George’s County’s Top Office Hub

Can nearby office development spur growth in neighboring Glenarden? As Mayor, I believe so. Just minutes away from the towering proposed office buildings, where mixed-use retail and residential could be an excellent opportunity for development in Glenarden. – Mayor Edward Estes As Prince George’s County competes with other D.C.-area jurisdictions for office tenants, one major transit-oriented development…