Did you know…

Did you know that when you have a security system, you have to register with the PG County False Alarm Reduction Unit? Law Enforcement responds to thousands of false alarm calls every year. These unnecessary responses result in an enormous…

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Masks And Back To School

As all parents in the neighborhood are unsure of what the soon approaching fall back-to-school will look like, we just got some recent insight. Masks will be required. Prince George’s County is looking to vaccinate 70 percent or more of…

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Only in Maryland…

Did you know that right here in Maryland we have a “Maryland Crab & Oyster Trail” where you can explore restaurants, seafood markets, tours, events, and more! Maryland is known for its steamed hard crabs, soft shell crabs, and oysters….

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Parkside Westphalia Clubhouse

The Parkside Clubhouse is here, and it’s a state-of-the-art facility just for the residents of the community. The facility, open from 9am to 5pm and closed on Tuesdays, has made it safe for all residents with its Covid-19 practices. There…

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Juneteenth Holiday and Celebrations.

Did you know… On June 19, 1865, more than 250,000 Black people who were enslaved in Texas finally learned they were freed under the Emancipation Act. It took more than two years for Union soldiers to reach Galveston Bay and…

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Coming New To PG County!

The new University of Maryland Capital Region Medical Center will open its doors for its first patients in June 2021. For more than a decade, key community stakeholders, elected officials and the leadership team at University of Maryland Medical Center…

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PG County COVID-19 Update

Prince George’s County is aligning with the State of Maryland to lift capacity restrictions for all indoor and outdoor venues; but face coverings will still be required indoors, on public transportation, and at crowded outdoor venues including ticketed sporting events….

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Growing Green With Pride in Prince George’s County

Prince George’s County will host a Countywide community cleanup program entitled “Growing green With Pride.” This event supports the Beautification Initiative to make the community cleaner by conducting individual community litter collection events, which demonstrates PG County’s shared commitment to…

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Spring Trees

Spring trees in the DC metro area are very exciting and span far beyond the Cherry blossoms at the Basin. They can be seen lining many Upper Marlboro neighborhoods including Parkside Westphalia. The bright colors of pink are like a…

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March is Women’s History Month!

One hundred years ago, the struggle to win the right to vote for women was reaching its goal. In May 1919, the House of Representatives passed what was to become the 19th Amendment, which was ratified by three-fourths of the…

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