Best Local News Coverage: Hyattsville Life & Times

July 11, 2015

BY REBECCA BENNETT — We are pleased to bring back the news that the Hyattsville Life & Times is to be awarded for best local news coverage by the National Newspaper Association (NNA).  We were ranked 3rd nationally among large daily and non-daily publications. HL&T‘s current [read more]

Hugh’s News: A resident evil

July 10, 2012

BY HUGH TURLEY — In a 1931 essay titled “A Plea for Intolerance,” Bishop Fulton J. Sheen argued that America was suffering not from intolerance, but tolerance. “Tolerance applies to the erring; intolerance to the error,” he wrote. But for many people, “intolerance is always wrong [read more]

From the Editor: Can we really listen to each other?

November 11, 2011

BY PAULA MINAERT — I attend many city council meetings for my job. They can be interesting and they can be tedious. And sometimes I find them distressing because of the tension I see in the members’ exchanges with each other. I’m not talking about healthy disagreements over issues. I’m [read more]

Keeping vigil: After fire, community rallies to help family

February 10, 2011

BY SUSIE CURRIE — In the aftermath of a fire that claimed the lives of two sisters and destroyed the family home, neighbors and businesses have come together to help pick up the pieces. Candlelight vigils for Kelli, 13, and Kimberly, 9, were held on January 29, which would have been [read more]
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