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    BY KRISSI HUMBARD — Two recent violent crimes — a triple shooting and a homicide — have West Hyattsville residents concerned about crime in their neighborhood. The Hyattsville City Police Department (HCPD) held a “Community Crime Awareness Meeting” on Aug. 24 to discuss the two cases and [read more]
  • Doctors Community Hospital’s COO Paul Grenaldo and La Clínica Del Pueblo’s ED Alicia Wilson speak to the audience about the new partnership and opening of the Hyattsville Health Center.
    BY MARIA D. JAMES — Doctors Community Hospital has partnered with La Clínica del Pueblo to provide preventative and specialty care at a new location in Hyattsville. The clinic, located at 2970 Belcrest Center Drive, Suite 301, which is adjacent to the Prince George’s Plaza Metro station, [read more]
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    BY FRED SEITZ — In mid-August, I went in my backyard about 3 a.m. to watch the Perseid meteor shower. While I did see several dozen meteors on the clear and pleasant night, I was surprised at how much glare was in the sky at that time. The meteor shower was less impressive than the one I’d seen [read more]
  • 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]

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  • Quarterback Beau English (No. 17) directs the DeMatha offense behind a talented offensive line. The Stags are top-ranked in the Washington area. Photo courtesy of Ed King
  • The Hyattsville Elementary School PTA's Zombie Run banner is seen at Magruder Park. Photo courtesy of Kevin Blackerby
  • DeMatha senior quarterback Beau English completed all 14 of his passes in the Stags' 49-28 victory at McDonogh on Sept. 16. He is shown here in action vs. Avalon. Photo courtesy of Ed King
  • 2015-09-19 Hyattsville Arts Festival
  • Mariachi Revelacion plays at the last Summer Jam of the season, which celebrated the start of Hispanic Heritage Month, on Sept. 16. Photo by Krissi Humbard
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  • The Arts & Ales Festival was held in downtown Hyattsville on Sept. 10. Photo by Maria James
  • DOUBLE DOWN: 22 YEARS OF THE 2DK LAB: A celebration of the 2DK LAB crew's members and talents. Events through Saturday. Photo by Krissi Humbard
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