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  1. Flowers High School teacher celebrates 10th year as drama directorRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Gazette.net

    For her 10th production of the Jaguar Players of Charles Herbert Flowers High School in Springdale, Shanelle Ingram wanted to explore life's struggles in her third original piece “Love...Peace...& Soul.” The play, which kicked off April 17 and runs through May 2, helps tie in two of Ingram's passions. “Everyone knows I love my job and working with children in Prince George's County,” said Ingram, a county resident who serves as the director and producer for the Jaguars.

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  2. Flowers High School teacher celebrates 10th year as drama directorRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | Gazette.net

    For her 10th production of the Jaguar Players of Charles Herbert Flowers High School in Springdale, Shanelle Ingram wanted to explore life's struggles in her third original piece “Love...Peace...& Soul.” The play, which kicked off April 17 and runs through May 2, helps tie in two of Ingram's passions. “Everyone knows I love my job and working with children in Prince George's County,” said Ingram, a county resident who serves as the director and producer for the Jaguars.

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  3. Berwyn Heights bridge collapse causes delays for Metro, MARC travelersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Gazette.net

    A construction crane caused the collapse of a Berwyn Heights pedestrian bridge Wednesday, closing tracks to MARC and Metro trains between College Park and Greenbelt. Metro and MARC train service between College Park and Greenbelt has been interrupted after a pedestrian bridge over the tracks collapsed.

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  4. Greenbelt looks to brighter budget futureRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 9 | Gazette.net

    City Manager Michael McLaughlin presented the $26.4 billion Fiscal 2016 budget during the council's March 23 meeting, stating that revenues have shown significant improvement for the first time since 2009. McLaughlin said this is the first year the budget has risen above the $24.5 million to $25.5 million budget the city has had since 2009, and revenues are 3.3 percent higher than in the previous fiscal year.

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  5. Bowie film festival celebrates 10 years of showtimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | Gazette.net

    This image from a drug bust was taken by Craig Herndon, a former Washington Post photographer, and is featured in his film, “What is News: Most Black Men are not Criminals!” The film is part of the 10th annual Heritage Film Festival in Bowie. Celebrating a decade of honoring Prince George's and regional filmmakers of all ages, the 10th annual Heritage Film Festival will be held today through Saturday at the South Bowie Library.

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  6. Proposal features no tax increases, improved revenuesRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 8 | Gazette.net

    City Manager Michael McLaughlin presented the $26.4 billion Fiscal 2016 budget during the council's March 23 meeting, stating that revenues have shown significant improvement for the first time since 2009. McLaughlin said this is the first year the budget has risen above the $24.5 million to $25.5 million budget the city has had since 2009, and revenues are 3.3 percent higher than in the previous fiscal year.

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  7. Man fatally stabbed in GreenbeltRead the original story

    Mar 31, 2015 | Gazette.net

    Greenbelt Police officers responded to the 9100 block of Edmonston Road at about 10:04 p.m. after receiving a report of an attempted stabbing. They found a 38-year-old man suffering from apparent stab wounds, according to a statement from the Greenbelt Police Department.

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  8. Bowie looks to end Roosevelta s dynastyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2015 | Gazette.net

    Bowie High School's Nolan Jones transferred from DeMatha and is expected to be one of the top tennis players in the county. Year after year, it's the Eleanor Roosevelt High School tennis team that finishes the season as champions of Prince George's County.

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  9. Bowie looks to end Roosevelta s dynastyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 11, 2015 | Gazette.net

    Bowie High School's Nolan Jones transferred from DeMatha and is expected to be one of the top tennis players in the county. Year after year, it's the Eleanor Roosevelt High School tennis team that finishes the season as champions of Prince George's County.

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  10. Roosevelt guard plays big in region title victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2015 | Gazette.net

    Eleanor Roosevelt's High School's Ashia McCalla is defended by Parkdale's Taylah Martin and Nailah Jones during Monday's game at Northwestern. On one end of the floor, Kaila Charles was a shot blocker and paint protector, swatting away balls both from the inside and the perimeter.

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  11. Members say organization continues to serve after Civil Rights MovementRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2015 | Gazette.net

    Ginikachi Eburouh, a member of the Prince George's County NAACP Youth Council, earned a silver medal in architecture from the Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics last July in Las Vegas. While the Prince George's County branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People may be celebrating its 80th anniversary this year, but members say the fight for equality continues and they're looking to the next generation to bring about economic, social and educational parity.

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  12. Greenbelt, other cities to produce video for FBIRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2015 | Gazette.net

    Garth Beall, development attorney for the site of a proposed FBI headquarters in Greenbelt, points out proposed interchange ramp changes on a map held by Greenbelt City Manager Michael McLaughlin during a Feb. 18 meeting. Greenbelt officials are hoping a video extolling the benefits of the north Prince George's county region will help sway decision makers in its bid to become the future site for the new FBI headquarters.

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  13. Keeping it briefRead the original story

    Feb 25, 2015 | Gazette.net

    A year ago, DeMatha Catholic High School boys basketball player Markelle Fultz was a junior varsity player for the Stags. Sunday afternoon, Fultz was awarded the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference's Player of the Year award after a remarkable season.

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  14. Greenbelt, other cities to produce video for FBIRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | Gazette.net

    Garth Beall, development attorney for the site of a proposed FBI headquarters in Greenbelt, points out proposed interchange ramp changes on a map held by Greenbelt City Manager Michael McLaughlin during a Feb. 18 meeting. Greenbelt officials are hoping a video extolling the benefits of the north Prince George's county region will help sway decision makers in its bid to become the future site for the new FBI headquarters.

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  15. County title games mean everything, nothingRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2015 | Gazette.net

    It's not an elimination game, and it doesn't have playoff implications. But to some, the Prince George's County Championship is as big an event as there is during the basketball season.

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  16. County basketball title games mean everything, nothingRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2015 | Gazette.net

    It's not an elimination game, and it doesn't have playoff implications. But to some, the Prince George's County Championship is as big an event as there is during the basketball season.

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  17. Prince Georgea s communities offer free pet spay and neuterRead the original story

    Feb 16, 2015 | Gazette.net

    Greenbelt, College Park, New Carrollton and Berwyn Heights - has announced a new no-cost pet spay and neuter program for residents. The program is funded through a $75,000 spay/neuter initiative grant from the state and should fund 600 to 650 procedures for residents of the four cities, said Celia Craze, Greenbelt's director of planning and community development.

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  18. Prince Georgea s schools facing possible $38 million shortfallRead the original story

    Feb 12, 2015 | Gazette.net

    Prince George's County Public Schools is looking at a $38 million shortfall in state funding, but CEO Kevin Maxwell said the school system will wait until June to decide what, if any, cuts need to be made. The head of the county school system indicated that staff cuts wouldn't be out of the question.

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  19. About that verbal commitment ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2015 | Gazette.net

    Last week's national signing day was a formality for many high school athletes who'd already reached non-binding verbal commitments to play football with their respective schools. But with a perceived increase of flipped recruits - athletes who make a verbal commitment to one school, and then end up signing with another - means highly-touted prospects are surrounded by skepticism until they put pen to paper.

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  20. Prince Georgea s sees graduation rates riseRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2015 | Gazette.net

    Prince George's County Public Schools' graduation rates are at their highest in at least five years, which school officials credit to new programs and renewed collaboration between students, teachers and parents. School system CEO Kevin Maxwell attributed the success of new programs begun last year such as an early warning system for at-risk students and the expansion of credit recovery.

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