Even if you're an avid reader of Patch, you may missed the news making headlines in neighboring towns. Here's what happened across Prince George's County Patch sites this week:
About eight months after President Barack Obama addressed the national debt and unemployment at Ritchie Coliseum, a man who hopes to take his job discussed his own solutions with supporters at the same spot in College Park. Read how the crowd reacted to Paul on College Park Patch.
A suspected kidnapper remains at large after a man was abducted Tuesday night outside of his Riverdale home. Police say two assailants forced the victim into his own vehicle and made him withdraw cash from a nearby ATM. When officers spotted the van, the suspects attempted to speed away but crashed into a parked car. One of the two was captured after a foot pursuit. Check out this story on Riverdale Park-University Park Patch.
Hyattsville City Police are asking residents to be cautious after a man dressed as a courier invaded a home on the 4000 block of Hamilton Street Friday morning. Find out what happened on Hyattsville Patch.
Michael McLaughlin presented Greenbelt City Council with his proposal for the upcoming fiscal year. It includes revenues from new speed cameras and renovations to the Old Greenbelt Theatre. Read more about the city's budget on Greenbelt Patch