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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Recent Prince George's County News (30 Jan 2010)

Public Safety
  • PGPolice: Police Investigate Fatal Accident Involving Stolen Police Vehicle (2669) http://bit.ly/aPN3l4 
  • PGPolice: Prince George's County Police Department Holds Promotional Ceremony (2668) http://bit.ly/ddwslK
  • rt @STATter911 Chaplain quits over PGFD direction, Was close friends w/ fired lt. colonel. http://tinyurl.com/yjk44p8
  • Post: Waldorf man to get 15 years in illegal street race that killed 8 in Accokeek http://bit.ly/atf7rX 
  • Gazette::Hyattsville man arrested for allegedly torching apartment; sought revenge for arrest by cop living there http://bit.ly/bo17WY 
  • Gazette: Police: 13-year-old girl sexually assaulted at Bowie birthday party; Gaithersburg man charged after being ... http://bit.ly/a9aw7h 
  • Gazette: District Heights man arrested for cross-county theft scheme http://bit.ly/9MFIA5 
  • Gazette: Officials hope paying more for police station now will save them money later http://bit.ly/8YddmU 
2010 Election
  • rt @NakiaTNgwala NEWSFLASH: In consideration for everyone's safety and security, and due to inclement weather, Nakia... http://bit.ly/c9Bsue 
  • Gazette: Miller hints at retirement after next term; Sen. president from Chesapeake Beach has been in office since 1971 http://bit.ly/cvM4g6
  • rt @TeamRonMiller Sen. Mike Miller hints at retirement after victory in November; let's help him retire this year! http://is.gd/7lyON 
  • rt @CNSmd The view of the Maryland election landscape from here is: Maryland May Be Too Blue for Republican Surge http://bit.ly/caiphM 
2010 General Assembly
  • Post: Archdiocese to close or merge four Catholic schools http://bit.ly/dnDyMj Greenbelt: St. Hugh closing; Hyattsville: St. Mark merging 

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