1 hr ago
Authorities ID man found dead at Md. marina
Maryland Natural Resources Police say the man found in the water at Holiday Hill Marina in Mayo on Wednesday evening was 70-year-old William Eckert of Hyattsville.
5 hrs ago
New Hyattsville Council, Staff to be Sworn In
Hyattsville's six new City Council members take the oath of office later tonight down at city hall.
Wed May 22, 2013
Hyattsville Keeps Property Tax Rate Level
Editor's Note - This article has been corrected. An earlier version of this article incorrectly described positions taken by Council Member Edouard Haba during discussion of the tax rate at Monday's meeting.
New Hyattsville Council Members Sworn In
UPDATE - "It's official!" Announced Hyattsville Mayor Marc Tartaro. He was speaking just after the the Hyattsville City Council formally certified the results of the city's May 7 election during the first of two council meetings slated for tonight.
Hyattsville Council Attendance Report
Attendance has been an issue for the Hyattsville city council in the past. Now, with a newly reconsituted city council, we're giving you a tool to help track your local leaders' attendance records.
For the young, cracked cellphones speak volumes
Brittany Lofton spots them all the time: teens and college students clutching their beat-up cellphones, with cracks spider-webbed across the screens.
Tue May 21, 2013
Gateway Arts District gets $240,000 grant to foster arts
The partners involved in the Prince George's County Gateway Arts District are about to start thinking a lot bigger.
Sun May 19, 2013
34th Hyattsville House Tour Today
The 34th annual Historic Hyattsville House Tour kicks off later this afternoon. This year's event features nine houses.
Metro Delays, Track Work Scheduled Through Sunday
Traveling on Metro this weekend? Stay informed about delays. Metro will perform system rebuilding work on all but one line in this weekend.
Sat May 18, 2013
Bicyclists encourage a healthy commute with Hyattsville Bike to Work Day pit stop
Diana Gough of Hyattsville gives a banana to her son Carlos Gough, 6, Friday morning at Hyattsville's Magruder Park, which was a refreshment stop for cyclists participating in Bike to Work Day, an annual nationwide event that encourages people to commute on bicycles.
Parents divided on sixth-graders heading to Hyattsville Middle
Sixth-grade classes will no longer be offered at Hyattsville Elementary and Riverdale Elementary schools, leaving some parents worried about how younger students will adjust to their new surroundings.
Thu May 16, 2013
Marshall Offers DeMatha DE
The Marshall coaching staff remains on the recruiting trail and committed to continue to deepen the roster with talent at all positions.
Protecting Pedestrians: Bike Rack Use Helps Increase City's Safety
Bike racks enhancing Hyattsville have been making a positive impact for pedestrian safety and travelers, according to community data and investigation.
Wed May 15, 2013
College Park Metro Station Closed During UMD Commencement Weekend
If you were hoping to avoid some of the traffic along Route 1 this weekend, when thousands of University of Maryland students and their families will be on campus for commencement, take note that three Metro stations will be closed along the Green Line.
Tue May 14, 2013
15-Year-Old Girl Missing From Hyattsville
Hyattsville police officials are looking for 15-year-old Krystal McClain. They say she was last seen Monday at 9:20 p.m. in the 3100 block Nicholson Street.
Sat May 11, 2013
Metro Updates: Adding Silver and Purple to the Red, Orange, Green Mix
The Maryland Transit Authority has scheduled a series of five open houses to update citizens on the status of the much-discussed Purple Line, according to a Washington Post story .
Sunday Liquor Sales, Teen Killed in Crash, City Election Results: Prince George's Top News
A reward of up to $25,000 is being offered for information leading to an arrest in the twin killings of Tina Lynn Towler and James Vell Ferguson, the South Laurel couple found slain in their apartment last Thursday .
Fri May 10, 2013
Victory Bell Rings
Penn State Recruiting - Maryland Safety Marcus Allen Commits To PSU
Penn State has seemingly had their pick of prospects from Maryland over the years, and despite scholarship limitations, that does not appear to be changing.
Gears in motion for bikes lanes in Hyattsville
Hyattsville resident Jim Groves, 46, said he used to ride his bike to his job in Washington D.C., until he got hit by a car in Brookland in an area with no bike lanes.