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Thursday, December 01, 2011

Recent Prince George's County News (1 Dec 2011)

Gory Prince George's
  • Post: Suspect in 2001 slaying extradited to Prince George’s County in Md. is.gd/X6pgDR 
  • Gazette: Trial delayed for District officer charged with summer killing of woman and their baby in Hillcrest Heights is.gd/07NwdZ
  • PGCrimeSolvers Tips Needed in Kaya Dejuna Wilson's Homicide Case - Ca$h Reward Offered fb.me/1scZwuoKq
Public Safety
County Government and Politics
  • -PG-Politics Fwd: Post from Councilwoman Mary Lehman: Re: PG Taxers: Co Exec Baker, Council members Lehman, Turn... yhoo.it/uFvtsm
  • Post (R. McCartney): Don’t make Pr. George’s choose between slots, hospital is.gd/5r5JRE
  • Gazette: New health care facilities are boon to south county; to bolster services for uninsured, elderly is.gd/qShqgT 
  • Gazette: PG agency investigating civil rights complaints getting back on track; aims to elim. backlog of year-old ca... is.gd/ZoFcje
  • CNSmd For PG Bars, New Law Means More Security: cnsne.ws/uMZRhI
  • Scandals and Ethics Reform:
    • -PG-Politics Fwd: Activists, prosecutors hope to send message with Johnson’s sentencing: yhoo.it/rvpDml 
State Government and Politics
Big Brother Is Watching Us:
Local (Municipalities)
  • Gazette: Central area municipalities are armed against potential snowfall is.gd/bokR8I
  • Bowie:
  • Brentwood:
    • DanieljGross Brentwood takes another stab at filling key town positions bit.ly/uHfZMi Town administrator, treasurer seats vacant since May
  • University Park:
  • Upper Marlboro:
    • Gazette: Upper Marlboro business owners try to gain momentum in united front; Flooding problems drove home need to ... is.gd/X0BRdu
Other (including news about news)
  • Vocus Most reporters are choosing email as a preferred way of being contacted, over phone or social media #prnfb

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