Development

City council opposes liquor license transfer for Lee’s Liquor

January 27, 2020

By SOPHIE GORMAN ORIANI — At the city council meeting of Jan. 21, the council approved a motion authorizing the mayor to send a letter opposing the transfer of Lee’s Liquor’s liquor license. Lee’s Liquor has applied to transfer their liquor license from 2903 Hamilton Street to a new [read more]

City Council debates participation in UMD shuttle program

December 12, 2019

By SOPHIE GORMAN ORIANI — At the Dec 2. city council meeting, councilmembers discussed whether or not to continue the City of Hyattsville’s relationship with the University of Maryland (UMD) shuttle program, Shuttle-UM.  Currently, the City of Hyattsville has a memorandum of understanding [read more]

City holds meeting on officer-involved shooting

October 14, 2019

By SOPHIE GORMAN ORIANI — The mood varied between somber, restless and angry as City of Hyattsville staff gathered with the broader community to discuss the death of Leonard Shand, who was shot by police on Sept. 26. The community meeting, which was held Oct. 1 at University Christian Church, was [read more]

P3 funding package for HMS may be announced soon

September 11, 2019

By SOPHIE GORMAN ORIANI — At the Sept 4. Educational Facilities Task Force (EFTF) meeting, Pamela Boozer-Strother, a member of the Board of Education for Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS), said that “we should just be weeks” away from the finalization of the PGCPS public-private [read more]

Love Yoga Studio changes owners

August 17, 2019

By ANNA WALKER — The word “serendipitous” could be used to describe the recent change in ownership of Love Yoga Studio on Baltimore Avenue. As Mimi Novic, lifestyle coach and author of Guidebook to Your Heart, says, “Throughout this journey of life we meet many people along the way. Each [read more]

Glut Food Co-op fundraises for repairs

July 12, 2019

By EMILY McNALLY — Shoppers at Glut Food Co-op in Mount Rainier will find rows of bulk foods, bins of organic and conventional produce, locally made baked goods, natural soaps, and a grind-your-own nut butter station. They will be greeted by longtime employees who know many of the customers by [read more]
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