Prince George’s NAACP President: ‘Get Out and Vote’
If the first day of early voting in Maryland on Thursday is any indication, thousands of voters chose to not come to the polls — at least not yet. According to unofficial totals from the […]
In a Unique Summer Primary, When Can Marylanders Expect Election Results?
Just over a week ahead of Maryland’s primary election, voters are trickling into early voting centers and dropping ballots in mailboxes and dropboxes throughout the state. But when will election results be known? There could […]
Slow Start to Early Voting in Maryland
After Monniquer McCaskill finished her graveyard shift Thursday with the United States Postal Service, she chose to cast her ballot on the first day of early voting in Maryland’s primary election. McCaskill, of Temple Hills, […]
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D.C. Council Considers College Sports Business Bills
Washington Informer: In light of the changing college sports landscape with student-athletes able to make money off of their athletic images and sports agents playing a larger role in negotiating and managing those contracts, the […]
Bulldogs Upend Livingstone on Homecoming, 53-7
BOWIE, Md. – Graduate senior Dion “DJ” Golatt, Jr. set a new program record for most yards in a single game with 439 on the day as the Bowie State Bulldogs football team upended the Blue […]
DC NEWS NOW: DMV high school football rankings (Sept. 26, 2022)
DC NEWS NOW: WASHINGTON (DC News Now) — Public and private high school football teams from Washington, D.C., Frederick, Montgomery, Prince George’s and Washington counties in Maryland, and Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William counties in […]
MLK Holiday Events Mark Legacy and a Call to End Gun Violence
WASHINGTON INFORMER: Hundreds of people lined up Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue in Southeast to commemorate the federal and local holiday of the thoroughfare’s namesake and support the call for the end to gun violence […]
Start of DC’s tipped minimum wage hikes delayed for months
WTOP: The tipped minimum wage for workers like bartenders, servers and salon workers was scheduled to increase on Jan. 1 in the District, but the hike has been pushed back by a few months because […]
African American History Museum set to Host Black History Month Events
WASHINGTON INFORMER: Throughout February in recognition of Black History Month, the museum will follow the Association for the Study of African American Life and History’s 2023 theme of “Black Resistance.” The weekly topics include Week […]
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PG County Public School Sports Schedule (March 1-7)
TUE MARCH 1ST 2022 Time Event Details 6:00 PM BASKETBALL: GIRLS VARSITY GAME Laurel High School VS DuVal High School @ Artie Walker Sr. Field House 7:00 PM BASKETBALL: GIRLS VARSITY GAME Frederick Douglass High School – PG VS Friendly Senior High […]
#EnvironmentMatters Recycling Day on Feb. 26
Bring your recyclables to WUSA9’s #EnvironmentMatters Recycling Day on Feb. 26. WUSA9 Author DMVDigest Staff View all posts
PG County Public School Sports Schedule (Feb. 23 – Mar. 1)
WED FEBRUARY 23RD 2022 Time Event Details 7:00 PM BASKETBALL: BOYS VARSITY GAME (Rescheduled from 01-15-22) Largo High School VS Thomas Stone High School @ Thomas Stone Gym THU FEBRUARY 24TH 2022 Time Event Details 4:30 PM BASEBALL: BOYS VARSITY GAME (Rescheduled to […]
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Meme of the Week: January 2 to 6
Check out the Meme of the Week for January 2 to 6 from Steve Kelly from the Creators Syndycate. Author DMV Digest Staff View all posts