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North Brentwood's  now monthly newsletter, The Newswire, is hand-delivered to every Town residence. Once published, the newsletter is also available for download on this page.

Fall Leaves

This month's issue is full of useful info: student loan relief, mortgage tax and home buying programs, PG County's youth curfew guidelines, and North Brentwood's rent / mortgage and/or utility assistance. 


Enjoy photos from another fun-filled annual National Night Out. Councilman Wiley was elected to the PG County Democratic Central Committee. And, we shared info about the new national 9-8-8 crisis


In July, we recapped highlights of June's North Brentwood Day celebration. The Mayor reviewed recent successes; and the Mayor's appointment to the Maryland Municipal League board was announced.

Christmas Vibes

December 2022

Coming soon...

Pumpkin Dish

November 2022

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We honor Oct. breast cancer and domestic violence awareness with prevention and support info. Also inside: North Brentwood's Clean Up, Green Up day, referendums on the Nov. General Election ballot, and more.


The first issue of 2022 included: a Black History Month retrospective (history and notable figures), updated Covid-19 test site locations, and notice of the county's new 311 line for non-emergent questions.


The last newsletter of 2021 covered: the Town's successful Nov 20 Covid-19 vaccination clinic led by Mayor Robinson, a Sis's Tavern update, and how citizens can get monthly SHARE food packages.


This issue features a letter from Mayor Robinson, praising the many citizens who are vaccinated and work to keep the Town clean. There is also a photo spread from our National Night Out celebration.


This end of summer issue includes: photos of North Brentwood events; a surprise 90th birthday celebration for Arthur Dock, a favorite longtime Town citizen and former Mayor; energy assistance info; and more.


In this limited-page issue, the Town's FY22 Proposed Budget was posted, as well as reading and hearing dates. Information was also shared about local vaccine sites  and financial resources for citizens.


This edition features a letter from Mayor Robinson about state funds secured to expand Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center and Bladensburg World War I Memorial.

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This issue provides details about: North Brentwood Day, mental health resources, the history of Juneteenth, and the COVID shots given in May at NBCC by GO VAX. Mayor Robinson got her 2nd booster!

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Brentwood BVFD 55 dedicated a new engine to North Brentwood’s Auxiliary Fire Dept. Two surveys were introduced: one about Town surveillance cameras, and MDOT's survey about self-driving cars.

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The March issue is dedicated to Women's History Month, featuring Marylander Harriet Tubman. The Mayor encouraged citizens to attend Town Meeting and she introduced Cristian, Assistant Town Clerk.