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Crime rates decline in College Park

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Published on: Wednesday, September 29, 2010 By Katelin Wangberg, The Prince George’s Sentinel Despite a recent string of citizen robberies in College Park, police agencies report the city’s overall crime rates declined, following the countywide trend. While the decrease is slight, and in some cases the rate is flat, Maj. Robert Liberati, Prince George’s County […]

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UMD Robotics Day attracts large turnout

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Published on: Wednesday, September 15, 2010 By Katelin Wangberg, The Prince George’s Sentinel From robots designed to mimic the movements of animals to robots made for space exploration to micro robotics that will be able to diagnose malignant cells in the human body before there are physical systems, Robotics Day at the University of Maryland […]

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College Park weighs in on UMD updates

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Published on: Wednesday, September 15, 2010 By Katelin Wangberg, The Prince George’s Sentinel Every five years, the University of Maryland updates its Facilities Master Plan, and once every decade, the plan undergoes a major update. This year marks a major update. Members of the Facilities Master Plan Steering Committee met with the College Park City […]

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Car-free day zooms in Sept. 22

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Published on: Wednesday, September 15, 2010 By Katelin Wangberg, The Prince George’s Sentinel Car FREE Day posters had a few people excited after mistakenly believing cars were being given away. “I had to explain it’s not ‘Free Car Day,’ it’s Car FREE Day,” said Jennifer Dadaml, project manager at Prince George’s County Commuter Connections. “Though […]

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