Prince George's Headlines: Whole Foods Plan Withdrawn, Crime Drop in Hyattsville
A wrap up from the week includes stories about Whole Foods and Trader Joe's, crime decreasing in one Prince George's city, Maryland legislation on sick leave, funding for a new county hospital, teens targeted in a robbery and a tipster helping to solve a
The developer was unable to secure approval to build a CSX crossing on property belonging to the American Center for Physics.
Crime reductions continue multi-year trend, according to data from the Hyattsville City Police Department.
Legislators, prepping for statehouse fight, hail Busboys and Poets as example of business which has thrived while providing sick leave to all its employees.
Three teens were robbed in two separate incidents in Bowie last week.
Mayor G. Frederick Robinson aids in residents' efforts to persuade Trader Joe's to open up a store in Prince George's County.
The money will also finance minor improvements to Laurel Regional Hospital.
Two counties in Virginia are also vying for the building.
A reward of $7,500 is waiting to be claimed by an anonymous tipster who helped detectives solve the murder of a man in Temple Hills in March, according to Lt. William Alexander, Prince George's County police spokesman.