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  • You can add Elmer's Glue-All while pruning to prevent insects from boring into rose stems. Photo courtesy of Lowes.
    Dear Miss Floribunda, Thank you for introducing Dr. Huey last month. I’d never heard of this rose before, though I certainly knew the problem it causes. You mentioned hard winters and accidental injury being possible causes of Dr. Huey’s takeover. I have noticed something else that [read more]
  • A photo collage of past editions of the Hyattsville Life & Times.
    BY KRISSI HUMBARD AND T. CARTER ROSS  — On the night of Aug. 1, the City Council considered the city’s contract with the Hyattsville Life & Times (HL&T). What has been a routine vote to renew the contract turned into a heated debate about the role of this paper in the community. At [read more]
  • Facilitator Jeannette Soon-Ludes and her children chat with participants before the workshop. Photo courtesy of Mary Warneka.
    BY KIT SLACK— A little after noon on Sunday, July 31, a circle of about 30 people held hands in a meeting room inside Hyattsville’s Municipal Building.  The group listened as Jeannette Soon-Ludes read aloud an introduction she had written for the potluck and racial justice workshop which [read more]
  • Vigilante employees are always ready for a conversation or a photo opportunity. Photo by Mark Goodson.
    BY MARK GOODSON — Free coffee and espresso drinks were some of the many attractions at Vigilante Coffee Company’s two year anniversary in Hyattsville. Founder Chris Vigilante and crew wanted to express their appreciation to the city. “Hyattsville taught us about community,” said [read more]
  • Senior year photo of Rachel Teti, who is a graduate of Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville.  Courtesy of Galeone Photographers
    BY PRECIOUS DORCH-ROBINSON — A Hyattsville family is two for two after their second child was named as a semifinalist for the National Merit Scholarship. Rachel Teti, a graduate from Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville, was one of approximately 16,000 high school students to be selected as a [read more]
  • Photo courtesy of PokemonGo.com.
    BY EMILY STRAB — On July 29 from 5 p.m. to  8 p.m., local Pokémon Go enthusiasts descended on Urban Eats Arts and Music Café in Mount Rainier to eat, drink, and catch Pokémon. The café boasts a proximity to three Pokéstops, and presented a Pokémon-themed menu for the night, including a [read more]
  • El Taco
    BY LINDSAY MYERS — “You see this line right here?” Paulino Gonzalez gestures at the long line of people patiently waiting in the drizzle at the Riverdale Park Farmers Market. “It’s nothing. At Johns Hopkins, this line is four blocks away.”  Paulino Gonzalez is the owner and proprietor [read more]

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  • The Willoughby House, at 5229 42nd Place. The garage was searched by law enforcement in connection with the Lyon sisters cold case on July 12. Photo by Lindsay Myers
  • ​City Administrator Tracey Nicholson praises the Hyattsville Farmers Market as a leader in health and wellness programs in the county during the Hyattsville Farmers Market 25th anniversary celebration. Photo by Lindsay Myers
  • Students at Felegy Elementary School wait outside to be let into their classrooms. Photo by Krissi Humbard
  • Safety Patrols for Rosa L. Parks Elementary School hold up their backpacks promoting back-to-school safety, along with partners of the "Look Up! Look Out!" campaign. Photo courtesy of Joseph Beddick
  • Residents speak with police officers after the "Community Conversation" held by the Hyattsville City Police Department at First United Methodist Church on Aug. 11. Photos by Krissi Humbard
  • Patricia Welch enters an Alford plea on her perjury charge on Aug. 16. (credit: WDBJ7)
  • Detective George Norris of Prince George’s County Police Department presents on gang activity in the city. Photo by Lindsay Myers
  • The view from St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Hyattsville before the thunderstorm hit Monday evening. Photo courtesy of Santina Fleri Santoro
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