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Prince George's County's community newspaper. Available at your local 7-Eleven and Rite Aid. Follows and retweets are not endorsements.
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The PG Sentinel Oct 19
“17 Steps – A Federal Employee’s Guide For Tackling Workplace Discrimination” by Tanya Ward Jordan explains the workplace discrimination in the federal government and how people can be prepared for what they may face working there.
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The PG Sentinel Oct 19
With less than two weeks before the general election, looks poised to maintain his position as Maryland governor, leading the latest Gonzales poll by 18 percent over his Democratic opponent, .
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The PG Sentinel Oct 19
One Safe Night Ministry held its third Surviving Stars Domestic Violence Luncheon on Oct. 13 where the community came together to share their experiences and pledge to end in Prince George’s County.
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Sentinel Sports Oct 18
In part two of Football High School Varsity Football series: The three reasons provided by and school officials for the cancelled season (number of participants, Latino student involvement & player safety) are inconsistent:
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The PG Sentinel Oct 18
On Oct. 1, the University of Maryland () announced plans for a national pilot program educating high school students on engineering principles and design, made possible by a nearly $4 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
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The PG Sentinel Oct 18
Republican and Democrats Calvin Hawkins () and Mel Franklin () are vying for the new At-Large Council positions, designed to represent all county residents.
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The PG Sentinel Oct 18
A review of “She Stoops To Conquer,” a simply wonderful performance to witness showing through Oct. 21 at The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company in Baltimore.
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The PG Sentinel Oct 18
Religious leaders and members of faith organizations from all over Prince George’s County came together on Oct. 13 at the All Faiths United Prayer Breakfast to show their support for Angela Alsobrooks’ () campaign for County Executive.
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The PG Sentinel Oct 18
Interim CEO Monica Goldson has recently announced the investment of $2.4 million in savings due to the rearranging of central offices and appointing a new Chief Operating Officer.
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The PG Sentinel Oct 17
Interim CEO Monica Goldson has recently announced the investment of $2.4 million in savings due to the rearranging of central offices and appointing a new Chief Operating Officer.
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The PG Sentinel Oct 17
One Safe Night Ministry held its third Surviving Stars Domestic Violence Luncheon on Oct. 13 where the community came together to share their experiences and pledge to end in Prince George’s County.
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The PG Sentinel Oct 17
Religious leaders and members of faith organizations all over Prince George’s County came together on Oct. 13 at the All Faiths United Prayer Breakfast to show their support for Angela Alsobrooks' () campaign for County Executive.
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The PG Sentinel Oct 17
With less than two weeks before the , looks poised to maintain his position as Maryland governor, leading the latest Gonzales poll by 18 percent over his Democratic opponent, .
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The PG Sentinel Oct 17
Following the cancellation of the varsity program for this year on Aug. 31, the first county school to do so, three main reasons were cited: number of participants, involvement from Latino students and player safety.
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The PG Sentinel Oct 17
Republican , Democrat Calvin Hawkins () and current council member Mel Franklin () are vying for the new At-Large Council positions, designed to represent all county residents.
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The PG Sentinel Oct 17
Henry A. Wise, Jr. High School () team was on full display during a matchup against Oxon Hill on Oct. 13, with six rushing touchdowns combined by two seniors, quarterback Quinton Williams and running back Brandon Bell ()
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The PG Sentinel Oct 17
DeMatha () won their fifth consecutive game, and their Washington Catholic Athletic Conference league opener, defeating the Eagles 27-21 on Oct. 12 with the help of Marshawn Lloyd ()
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The PG Sentinel Oct 17
“17 Steps – A Federal Employee’s Guide For Tackling Workplace Discrimination” by Tanya Ward Jordan explains workplace discrimination in the how people can be prepared for what they may face working there.
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The PG Sentinel Oct 17
“She Stoops To Conquer” is simply a wonderful performance to witness and it showing through Oct. 21 at The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company () in Baltimore.
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The PG Sentinel Oct 17
On Oct. 1, the University of Maryland () announced plans for a national pilot program educating high school students on principles and design, made possible by a nearly $4 million grant from the National Science Foundation ()
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