National Night Out

Police, residents let loose at National Night Out

August 5, 2016

BY KRISSI HUMBARD — The City of Hyattsville and the Hyattsville City Police Department (CPD) hosted National Night Out at Heurich Park on Aug. 2. Hundreds of residents came out for the festivities. The free, family friendly event featured police and community information, K-9 demonstrations, a [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]

PHOTOS: National Night Out Against Crime 2014

August 14, 2014

National Night Out Against Crime happened on Tuesday on Hamilton Street at Queens Chapel Road.  The purpose of the event is to get neighbors talking to neighbors and acquainted with law enforcement. The event shut down Hamilton Street in West Hyattsville and brought in Mandy the Clown, the new [read more]

Having fun at National Night Out

August 5, 2014

Updated August 6 at 8:06am National Night Out Against Crime happened on Tuesday on Hamilton Street at Queens Chapel Road.  The purpose of the event is to get neighbors talking to neighbors and acquainted with law enforcement. Photo courtesy Gretchen Brodtman. Photo courtesy Gretchen Brodtman. [read more]

National Night Out closes Hamilton Street Tuesday

August 4, 2014

National Night Out 2013 from HCTV on Vimeo. National Night Out Against Crime is schedule across the country on Tuesday, August 5. The event is scheduled to close Hamilton Street between Queens Chapel and Ager Road for most of the evening. National Night Out is s free event with many family [read more]

City weighs Humvee acquisition

January 14, 2014

City can get one for free, but some councilmembers wonder:  At what cost? Humvee or no humvee? That is the question facing the Hyattsville City Council as it decides whether the police department should accept a free military-surplus High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle  (HMMWV), commonly [read more]
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