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PHOTOS: Movin with the Mayor takes to the trails

April 1, 2016

BY REBECCA BENNETT — On March 19, Hyattsville City Mayor Candace Hollingsworth took her Movin with the Mayor program on a bike ride with the help of Arrow Bicycle.  More than 30 local residents met at Magruder Park to embark on the five-mile journey. Movin with the Mayor is a free series that [read more]

Muddy bike tracks fading away

December 4, 2015

BY REBECCA BENNETT — The number of noticeable patches of torn up grass and muddy bike tracks where the Hyattsville Cyclocross bike race came through on Oct. 4 are diminishing. This year’s event was almost postponed because of heavy rain that had fallen the week prior. According to the City of [read more]

Riders race, undeterred by rain

October 12, 2015

BY SCARLETT SALEM — The arts aren’t the only pursuit drawing people to Hyattsville, this year. The Hyattsville Cyclocross was the kick-off race in the Mid-Atlantic Bicycling Racing Association (MABA) Super 8CX series: an eight race series in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia, [read more]

PHOTOS: National Night Out 2015

August 19, 2015

BY REBECCA BENNETT  — On Aug. 4, the City of Hyattsville held a National Night Out event at Heurich Park.  The event featured a K-9 demonstration, a city official dunk tank, rock climbing, moonbounces, a bicycle safety course by Arrow Bicycle and a Take Back the Night walk.  Free snacks were [read more]

May 15: Hyattsville hosts Bike to Work Day stop at Magruder Park

May 5, 2015

BY SCARLETT SALEM — Ever consider biking to work when you are sitting in the DMV’s notorious traffic? On Friday, May 15, the League of American Bicyclists will incentivize your urban commute when Bike to Work Day (BTWD) hits Hyattsville. Organized regionally by Commuter Connections and the [read more]

Rollers race nights heat up in Hyattsville at Arrow Bicycle

January 27, 2015

BY SCARLETT SALEM — The average cyclist is likely to avoid the roads when confronted by plummeting temperatures, snow, and ice. But as an alternative to locking the bike away until the spring, Arrow Bicycle, located on Route 1 across from Franklin’s, offers indoor training to keep cyclists in [read more]

Hyattsville resident brings home the gold

November 17, 2014

BY ANDREW MARDER — Over lunch and conversation at Busboys and Poets in Hyattsville, Desiree Holland, 43, is reserved, letting her mother speak for her. Candy Holland is happy to recount the feats of the award winning Special Olympics athlete. Competing in the Special Olympics since she was just 8 [read more]

Small Business Saturday hits Hyattsville retailers

December 12, 2013

BY SCARLETT SALEM — This year, more national retailers unlocked their doors on Thanksgiving Day, kicking off the Black Friday shopping frenzy earlier than ever. But some shoppers waited for the deals from independent stores on November 30: Small Business Saturday. Ironically enough, it was a big [read more]
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