'Significant water leak' in Prince George forced four schools to close early Thursday, will open at normal time Friday6h58m Four schools and all county government offices closed early in Prince George County on Thursday due to a water outage.
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- 15h30m Prince George celebrated his eighth birthday in July, and as per tradition, made a big, ‘grown up’ change in order to keep up with royal etiquette. Now that Prince George is eight years old he must make a big change to his wardrobe. The
COVID-19: B.C. reports 759 new cases Wednesday; 129 in Northern Health region - Prince George Daily News16h5m COVID-19: B.C. reports 759 new cases Wednesday; 129 in Northern Health region Prince George Daily News10 more people die of COVID-19 in B.C., as 759 new cases confirmed CBC.caB.C. reports 759 new COVID-19 cases, 10 additional deaths Global NewsBC announces 759 new COVID-19 cases, 10 deaths | News Daily HiveB.C. records 10 more COVID-19 deaths in 24-hour period; 79 new cases in Island Health Times ColonistView Full coverage on Google News
- 17h1m Students at Prince George High School, N.B. Clements Junior High School, Beazley Elementary School, and William A. Walton Elementary School will be released early today because the school is experiencing water issues.
- 23h6m PRINCE GEORGE — A northern British Columbia city is enacting new restrictions meant to erase the homeless from its core, intensifying the grief that COVID-19 and the overdose crisis have already inflicted on those with nowhere to live, an expert says. The bylaw recently passed by Prince George council has tight restrictions on the homeless […]
- 23h20m A Prince George’s County Police Corporal is suspended from the department andfacing criminal charges after he allegedly pulled a gun on a woman in a case of road rage. James Thornley, an 18-year veteran officer, got into a confrontation w
- 1d Prince George's County residents who reside in a 55-and-older community in Upper Marlboro aren't pleased that future commercial projects could be built a mile away. The post Six Flags Rezoning Proposal Pushed to Boost Commercial Base in Prince George’s appeared first on The Washington Informer.
Christa Beverly Baker, Wife of Former Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III, Dies at 611d Christa Beverly Baker, the former Prince George's County executive's wife of 34 years and civil rights attorney on Capitol Hill, died Saturday after suffering from early-onset dementia for more than a decade. She was 61. The post Christa Beverly Baker, Wife of Former Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III, Dies at 61 appeared first on The Washington Informer.
- 1d PRINCE George will swap his shorts for trousers now he is eight as he follows an aristocratic tradition.
- 2d A Prince George’s County Council member changed his position on a large mixed-used development planned for near Six Flags after some residents objected to the proposal that would develop more than 20 acres of land in Bowie on the Upper Marlboro line. In a meeting at the Cameron Grove retirement community Friday, Council member Derrick Davis was driven to tears. “It’s the personal attacks by people who know me that hurt,” he said at the meeting. More than 100 of his co