Local News & Announcements
- “Heroes for Horses” Sunday—April 26
This is an exciting opportunity for our veterans. Thoroughbred Placement Resources, a non-profit focused on the retraining, placement and rescue of retired racehorses, is proud to announce a new facet of their program . . . click on the link in the headline for more information . . .
- Board Work Session—April 28
The next monthly Board of Commissioners Work Session will be held on Tuesday, April 28 at the Town Hall starting at 9:15 a.m. The meeting agenda consists of current business items up for Board discussion. Work Sessions are open to the public, however, public participation is at the discretion of the Board of Commissioners.
- FREE MULCH for County Citizen’s
SATURDAY, April 25 • 8 a.m.—1:00 p.m. — Prince George’s County YARD WASTE COMPOSTING FACILITY. The quality of the mulch is good. Click on the link in the headline for more information . . .
- Residents say new Upper Marlboro Town Hall too pricey
Renovation and addition estimated at $1.23 million. Click on the link in the headline to read the full article by Gazette staff writer Kirsten Petersen . . .
- March 2015—Town Meeting Minutes
Click on the link in headline to read the approved minutes from the March 2015 Town Meeting . . .
- WANTED: Police Officer
This is a full-time, experience-only position as a municipal police officer with a full service, community-oriented police department. (click on link in headline for more information . . . )
- “Landings” newsletter—April 2015
Click on the link in the headline to see the April 2015 issue of the Landings newsletter . . .
- UPPER MARLBORO PHOTO CONTEST
Do you have an old photograph taken in Upper Marlboro before 1945? If you do, then it might be worth some money to you if it is selected for the Upper Marlboro Photo Contest. Click on the link in the headline for more information & contest rules . . .
- New Upper Marlboro Celebration!
Click on the link in the headline to read the Gazette article by Daniel Leaderman / Staff writer . . .
- “Landings” newsletter — March 2015
Open Link to read the Town’s newsletter for March 2015.