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2019 City Council Election results

May 7, 2019

The unofficial results of the 2019 Hyattsville City Council elections were announced around 10:45 p.m. on Tuesday, May 7 at the City Building. All three incumbent candidates held on to their seats for another four years. This story will be updated. Mayor Candace Hollingsworth – Winner [read more]

2019 City Council Candidates Guide

April 12, 2019

It’s election season in Hyattsville! Election Day is coming up Tuesday, May 7. Residents will vote for mayor and one councilmember from each of the five wards. This year, there are 13 residents in the running. Get to know a little bit more about the candidates with this guide. And be sure to [read more]

Local artist brings new life to classics with his graphic novels

March 14, 2019

By EMILY STRAB — On a quiet block in Hyattsville, in an unassuming brick house, classic literature is getting new life through the art of Gareth Hinds. Hinds has combined his passion and profession of drawing with a love of classic literature that goes back to when he was studying art in college. [read more]

Parents, rejoice! City fixes gate at King Park

February 5, 2019

The gate at the tot lot playground on Gallatin Street has been fixed. The gate had been ripped off its hinges over the summer. Parents had complained about the missing gate at King Park for months, citing safety concerns. St. Jerome Academy uses the park daily, and teachers had been fashioning [read more]

St. Jerome Institute announces its new home in D.C.

December 6, 2018

By HEATHER WRIGHT — St. Jerome Institute (SJI), a new classical liberal arts high school, has kept its promise to be in or near Hyattsville. The school will open fall 2019 in D.C., at 1800 Perry Street NE, according to an emailed announcement from Headmaster Peter Crawford. The school will [read more]

HVFD delivers upset to HCPD in annual Heroes Bowl

November 27, 2018

By EMILY STRAB — In the annual flag football fight for bragging rights, this year, the firefighters took home the trophy. Hyattsville’s Finest and Hyattsville’s Bravest, along with many other residents and City of Hyattsville staff, gathered Nov. 17 to celebrate the annual Hyattsville Heroes [read more]

Update: Seven Hyattsville residents on the ballot this June

June 18, 2018

By EMILY STRAB — While the City of Hyattsville is not holding an election this year — municipal elections take place every two years on odd-numbered years — there are quite a few Hyattsville residents who have been busy campaigning for the June 26 county and state elections and primaries, [read more]
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