PG Headlines: School Zone Drug Bust, New Denny's, Missing Woman, and More
Review this week's top Prince George's County news.
Greenbelt Men Charged with Intent to Distribute Drugs in School Zone
Police arrested two Greenbelt men Tuesday and charged them with possession with intent to distribute drugs in a school zone at 3:41 p.m., according to Greenbelt Police.
Car Crashes into AT&T Store at Bowie Town Center
A 30-year-old woman was transported to the hospital for minor injuries Monday, May 14 after crashing her vehicle into the AT&T store in the Bowie Town Center. Damage to the store was minor, according to officials.
Hyattsville Budget Delayed At Least One More Week
Mayor avoids closed session for now, claiming progress toward a resolution of police staffing issues.
Denny's to Come to College Park
The former Varsity Grille building, will soon be the place to find breakfast at any hour of the day. Denny’s recently signed a lease to renovate and occupy 8424 Baltimore Ave., expecting to open by the end of this year or the start of 2013.
Police Searching for Missing Upper Marlboro Woman
Erica Antonette Jackson, 39, was last seen by her husband leaving their home in the 12400 block of Open View Lane, Upper Marlboro on Wednesday morning to go to work. Jackson may be suffering from depression and could be a danger to herself. She has not been seen since.
Q&A: Councilman Jonathan Ebbeler and Lions Club Offer Scholarship
Residents of Riverdale Park or the rest of District 22 (Berwyn Heights, Greenbelt, Hyattsville, New Carrollton, University Park, Landover Hills, or Edmonston) are eligible to apply for the scholarships. The deadline is May 25, 2012.
Laurel Planning Commission Okays Controversial Apartment Redevelopment
Plans to redevelop a 60-year-old apartment complex in Laurel pushed forward this week after the city’s Planning Commission recommended approval of the project.