Education

City offers family resource workshops

December 5, 2017

The City of Hyattsville has begun offering free, bilingual family resource workshops. You can keep your family healthy and happy with various low-cost, bilingual resources in our community. Join staff at any or all of these events to learn more: Wednesday, December 6, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Family [read more]

Thanks to the Redskins, the Wildcats play on a new field

November 12, 2017

BY MEAGAN MILLER — In 2000, construction of the new Northwestern High School included a building, a field, a concession stand and a stadium. The field was covered with sod, which, over the years, didn’t hold up to JV and varsity soccer and football practices. Coach Bryan Pierre said, “It’s [read more]

Premier running back returns, helps DeMatha qualify for playoffs

November 9, 2017

BY CHRIS MCMANES — Marshawn Lloyd returned to the DeMatha lineup Saturday. His timing couldn’t be better. Lloyd, who missed the Stags previous eight games with injury, rushed for 80 yards on 11 carries and scored two touchdowns to help lead the Stags to a 50-0 victory over Archbishop Carroll [read more]

PHOTOS: Second Annual Zombie Run

October 24, 2017

BY KRISSI HUMBARD — Zombies took over Magruder Park during the second annual Hyattsville Zombie Run, hosted by the Hyattsville Elementary School PTA, on Oct. 14. There were 561 runners in the three races that morning — the 1k Family Fun Run, 1M Kids Challenge and the 5K — an increase from [read more]

Zombie Run expands, raises money for local schools

October 11, 2017

BY ARIEL GUILLORY — Attention, Hyattsville: Zombies are coming! The Hyattsville Elementary Zombie Run, an event that raises money for local schools, is happening this Saturday in Magruder Park. Though this is only the second year that this event has occurred, it has proven to be tremendously [read more]

PHOTOS: Hyattsville kids head back to school

September 12, 2017

Hyattsville kids went back to school last week. Hyattsville Elementary, Felegy Elementary, Rosa Parks Elementary, Hyattsville Middle, Nicholas Orem Middle, and Northwestern High School welcomed back students for the 2017-18 school year. Our photographers captured some pictures from the first [read more]

DeMatha is much more than an ‘athletic powerhouse’

August 13, 2017

BY CHRIS MCMANES — DeMatha High graduate Markelle Fultz’s selection as the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft brought the Hyattsville school a treasure trove of free publicity. Nearly every major radio and TV network, as well as online and print media, identified Fultz with the school he [read more]
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