Robbers Make Off With Hair, Man Caught Lugging Jug with $750: Prince George's Headlines
New help for Prince George's job seekers; Fright Fest to open; Hyattsville once staging ground for massive women's motorized rally; two arrested on marijuana charges in T.G.I. Friday's parking lot; and scooter and moped owners prepare to shell out more.
Police catch man lugging five-pound water jug filled with coins and cash; robbers run off with hair; attempted stabbing in Riverdale; and more in Prince George's County headlines.
A man lugging a five-gallon water jug full of coins and bills dropped the jug as police approached but failed to elude officers and is now charged with housebreaking.
Two males pull out pepper spray and make off with hair and money in Greenbelt, MD.
A 48-year-old Riverdale man is accused of an attempted stabbing last week at a residence in Arlington, VA.
Did you know Hyattsville was once the staging ground for a massive, motorized rally for women's suffrage? In 1913, hundreds of activists transformed Magruder Park into a political rally.
If you own a moped or scooter, get ready to shell out for more gear, insurance, and vehicle identification starting Oct. 1.
Six Flags America's spooky attraction will run through Oct. 28.
Resources for job seekers and employers are now available in Laurel with the opening of a new workforce center by the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation. The Laurel Regional Workforce Center will serve Prince George’s, Howard, Montgomery, and Anne Arundel counties.
Two Bowie men were arrested on charges of possessing nearly a pound of marijuana in the parking lot of T.G.I. Friday’s.