News Round Up (Demo)

Robbers attack 16 year old in Oxon Hill,  If your household income is $100G-your taxes are going up, Sign up for the county’s new Emergency Notification system, Owner and Manager of MSG Club in Capitol Heights plead guilty

On a trail behind Glassmanor Elementary School, a group surrounded and attacked a 16 year old and robbed him of his money. 

Gov. O’Malley’s proposed budget for next year includes an increase in state and local taxes for households making $100G,  a reduction in personal exemptions from $2,400 to $1,200 per person for singles making $100,000 to $125,000 and couples earning $150,000 to $175,000 a year. Itemized deductions would be capped at 90% for taxpayers with gross incomes over $100,000 and at 80% for those with gross incomes over $200,000

The Prince George’s County Office of Homeland Security has a great emergency news alert service that alerts you via email, pager or mobile phone texts of severe weather, government/school closings, federal government closings, severe traffic, and other major events and emergencies.

Erik Pickens and Darryl Robinson pleaded guilty to operating an unlicensed dance hall.  The Music, Sports and Game (MSG) Bar and “Cafe” was closed in August of 2011, after a fatal shooting took place that was connected to the club.

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