Improved schools and lower crime at the top of Rushern Baker's agenda. Click here to read the story.
Politicians point fingers over funding for new 911 call center in Bowie and other county projects. Click here to read the story.
The deadline for bids to purchase Glenn Dale Hospital property has been extended to October at the request of bidders. Just last week the Washington Post quoted a Maryland National-Capital Park and Planning official saying that he had not received a single call from interested parties, and this week the Bowie Star is quoting the same official saying that there is "substantial interest" in the property. Click here to read the Bowie Star story.
The man shot to death last week in Bowie is identified. Click here to read the story.
Bowie volunteer firefighter Patrick Ivey undergoing surgeries after being burned in an Upper Marlboro house fire. Click here to read the story.
The following Bowie related stories appeared in this week's Bowie Star:
- Park and Planning extends deadline for Glenn Dale Hospital bids
- Man dies after being shot, dropped off at Bowie fire station
- Bowie firefighters helping one of their own recover from burns
- Peters to make budget a priority in second term
- Baker focuses on building on ‘clean slate'
- Alsobrooks wins state's attorney election by landslide
- Prince George's County voters claim names missing from ballots at DuVal
- Drought watch declared for Washington region
- Election isn't quite over for top sheriff contenders
- Bowie church to stage show to help Liberian school
- Dental hygienist organizes walk in Glenn Dale to raise funds for cleft palate cases
- Community Notebook
- Police Blotter (Bowie is in District 2)