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The DC cherry blossoms will begin to bloom in March. Other news to come
Our annual Black History Month issue is coming soon...
The Mayor shares a New Year's message, Town holiday decorating winners were announced, and details about new MD laws are explained. Also featured: Jan awareness and Black History events and MLK tributes.
The Mayor shares details of the Town's 100th Anniversary kickoff at the New Year's Eve Commanders football game. Other features: Halloween photos, MML's Fall Conference visit at Sis's Tavern and more.
This issue honors the 60th anniversary of MLK's March on Washington. Also inside... a message from Mayor Robinson about working with PGPD to increase patrols and updates on the mural park pavilion.
Learn how to qualify for a free laptop; some were given out at National Night Out. Also, photos from NNO and our ancestral drum event. Articles about new PGCPS safety measure and Biden's SAVE program.
The May issue reveals Town Election winners, Mayor Robinson's 2023-27 plans, and the FY24 proposed budget for citizens' review (with hearing times). As well, attend
Memorial Day events on Mon, May 29.
Bios of uncontested Town mayoral and council candidates are on the front page, with election day and voter registration info. Also inside: events for Global volunteering, second chance and flood awareness.
This issue has a Town Election Notice and details about how to run for an open seat: Mayor or Ward II Council member. Also: a profile of resident Christopher Powell and pics of our final Black History Month event.
The February issue has info and resources about the many Black History Month events, tours, exhibits... in North Brentwood and PG County. Plus an update about the Hyattsville Bicycle-Pedestrian Route Project.
Mayor Robinson's starts 2023 with info about Sis's Tavern opening for events and private parties. And, details about the May 1 Town Election explain how to run for open mayor and at-large council seats.
Mayor Robinson offers a loving message for managing holiday stress. County Exec Alsobrooks shares a first-term overview. And, Wanika Fisher gets ready to represent North Brentwood on PG County Council.
Enjoy learning about: Maryland's first Black Governor-Elect, Wes Moore; Aruna Miller, the state’s first immigrant and woman of color elected Lt. Governor; and American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month.
We honor Oct. breast cancer and domestic violence awareness with prevention and support info. Also, North Brentwood's Clean Up, Green Up day, referendums on the Nov. General Election ballot, and more.