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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Recent Prince George's County News (10 Dec 2009)

Public Safety
  • Recent Prince George's County Crime Reports (10 Dec 2009) http://bit.ly/5BNtdA 
  • Gazette: Police to hold seminar focused on ATM safety; Meeting comes in wake of assault at bank http://bit.ly/4w7SbK 
  • rt @myfoxdc ATM Robberies in Beltsville: Prince George's County Police looking for clues, help in ATM robberies. http://tinyurl.com/yfh9wpv 
  • Gazette: Oxon Hill man sentenced in cross-county drug ring; Crack dealer gets 20 years in prison http://bit.ly/8Vu56Z 
  • Gazette: Fort Washington woman owes $16M for fraud scheme; Resident sentenced to serve 11 years in jail, restitution http://bit.ly/78M5Db 
  • Gazette: Men allegedly attempt to run over police; Officer shot at suspect during altercation with alleged car thieves http://bit.ly/6WD4mM 
  • Gazette: Vigil held for man killed in Forestville; Family seeking answers; police continue search for suspect after ... http://bit.ly/8QKiTW 
  • Gazette: Man found dead in Temple Hills lot; Police investigating death as homicide http://bit.ly/8FLIE1
  • Gazette: New Carrollton has first homicide in nearly four years; Hyattsville man shot and killed; no arrests yet http://bit.ly/5d3cmf 
  • rt @ABC7News Grandfather Killed in Cheverly Shooting : http://clkurl.com/i.cfm/tw686299 
  • Gazette: Parents question school commutes; New Barack Obama Elementary set to gain students from five area schools http://bit.ly/8JtKoY 
  • Gazette: Talking points; Council and school board leadership must improve access to information (Editorial) http://bit.ly/8sjkBb 
  • Gazette: School board re-elects leaders; Jacobs wins unanimously; Watson regains seat in 6-to-4 vote http://bit.ly/89R8Nj 
  • Gazette: Options abound for shuttered schools; Hite to discuss suggestions Saturday http://bit.ly/5eVydz 
  • Gazette: Hard work pays extra for 279 school employees in county; Pay-for-performance for teachers, administrators ... http://bit.ly/5lvBiZ 
  • Post: Setting new course for Corrections; Dir. takes office WITHOUT council's blessing, aims for accountability at jail http://bit.ly/5RKe3W 
  • Gazette: Activist group grows from reviews to election action; People for Change searches for candidates to form slate http://bit.ly/4Vumxl 
  • Gazette: Drunken driving back on the legislative agenda; Lawmakers will make pitch for tougher laws http://bit.ly/7tF1Rl 
  • Gazette: Seat Pleasant officials hopeful for state bond bill money (Pork) http://bit.ly/8b4Kam 
  • rt @ABC7News Mikulski Blasts Metro at Hearing : http://clkurl.com/i.cfm/tw686261 
  • Gazette: Sin tax increase? Hopkins report on alcohol tax hike should spur needed debate (Editorial) 
  • Gazette: Lack of council vote on nominees is ‘inexcusable' (Letter to the editor) http://bit.ly/4IiT1L 
  • Gazette: Bowie Health Center to continue round-the-clock operations through January http://bit.ly/6igF4r 
  • Post: Upper Marlboro fares well despite downturn http://bit.ly/5AAEvO 
  • rt @wbjsarah Pr. George's County planners approve new Suitland condos (includes map) http://ow.ly/KDEa 
  • Gazette: Residents furious after homeowner fees lost in stock market; Kettering community looks to HOA bylaws to ... http://bit.ly/7SdRSQ 
  • Gazette: Museum tries to avoid becoming history; Lack of donations, grants has members questioning its future http://bit.ly/5u3R0l 
  • Gazette: Discussion highlights county veterans issues; Officials pledge solutions for homelessness, transitional hou .. http://bit.ly/7tNBih 

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