A high school principal in Prince George’s County is urging parents not to send their children to Six Flags America this weekend because of the threat of violence at Fright Fest.
“Don’t allow your children to go to Six Flags this weekend,” Nate Newman, principal of Suitland High School, said to parents in a text message. “Big gang fight planned. Retaliation from last incident.”Read full article >>
The band’s beats and chords squished together like putty and dangled apart across subtle silence, and 1,600 pairs of little eyeballs widened as trombone tones danced to a Caribbean groove. Children jived and twisted in their seats as notes barreled and swayed around them.Read full article >>
The following is the text of a court document that outlines text messages between Symone Greene, a substitute teacher at a D.C. charter school charged with having oral sex with a student football player, and a D.C. police detective purporting to be the victim. The phone was in police custody at the time.Read full article >>
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