Bowie State’s Myles Frost Wins the Tony Award

Marylander Makes History on Broadway (BOWIE, Md.) – Bowie State University’s (BSU) Myles Frost has received Broadway’s highest honor, a Tony Award, for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical starring as Michael Jackson in MJ: The Musical. Faculty, students, and administrators at the university are celebrating his history-making accomplishment. “We are absolutely thrilled that Myles Frost has won a Tony Award for his portrayal of music icon Michael Jackson in Broadway’s MJ: The Musical,” said Dr. Aminta Breaux, President of Bowie State University. “Myles is the youngest HBCU student to…

Read More

PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY LOCAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL APPROVES GRANT AWARDS FOR FY 2022

LARGO, MD – The Prince George’s County Local Development Council (PGCLDC) announced today that they have recently reviewed and unanimously approved 39 grant awards for the FY 2022 Local Impact Grant Program cycle, the highest awarded in the history of the Council. Over $2 million was requested in total, with all $850,000 available grant funds allocated. “We are excited to have received an overwhelming number of grant applications for this year’s Local Impact Grant Program,” said County Executive Angela Alsobrooks. “Due to the efforts of our Local Development Council, 39 non-profit…

Read More

STATE’S ATTORNEY AISHA BRAVEBOY KICKS OFF SECOND YEAR OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION EVENT

Prince George’s Councilman Ed Burroughs and DC Councilman Trayon White are among the partners (UPPER MARLBORO, MD) –  State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy will kick off the 2nd annual “Our Streets, Our Future” gun violence prevention campaign with a rally at 5:30 pm today. She continues to take the lead when it comes to crime prevention and reduction in Prince George’s County. Statistics show that there has been an increase in gun crimes. In 2021, 1399 firearms were recovered by the Prince George’s County Police Department. That number is up from 1293 in…

Read More