All five residents vying for a spot participated in the debate, which was sponsored by local newspaper College Park Here and Now.
The bill, CB-098, mandates that all tipped workers in the county must receive at least the state minimum wage by 2028.
Since its founding in 1996, Manila Mart has grown to include a cafe and has become a gathering space.
Council members John Rigg and Stuart Adams are the only two elected incumbents on the ballot who are facing a challenger.
The campus community reported nearly 700 COVID-19 cases in the first four weeks of the semester.
A group of University of Maryland graduate students is putting together a comprehensive report on needed improvements in Lakeland.
The day-long event included children’s activities, mentorship circles and an exhibit about the history of Latina representation in aviation.
Some council members think the mayor pro tem should have increased legal power in the city’s charter to lighten the mayor’s load.
The bill, CB-070, mandates that cannabis dispensaries must be in industrial zones — outside of high business areas that are near residential areas, such as shopping centers and strip malls.
The fund's goal is to help businesses who wish to stay in the city, College Park’s economic development director said.