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  • 9am–12pm
    City residents can recycle old or unwanted computers, taped batteries, and other electronic items. Please call in advance for more than 10 items, multiple styrofoam pieces, or items over 50 pounds. Questions? Call 240-542-2153.
    Public Works Department
  • 9am–12pm
    Green Drop Charitable Donations. May end early if truck fills. Info: 301-474-8308.
    Municipal Building Parking Lot
  • 9am
    Attend this lecture to learn whether weight loss surgery is right for you. Registration is required online or by calling 301-DCH-4YOU (301-324-4968).
    Doctors Hospital Professional Building Suite 210
  • 10am–4pm
    Donations of clothing in good condition also welcome. Donation forms available for tax purposes.
    Holy Cross Lutheran Church

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This photo is taken in 1942 and is thought to be of then Editor Sally Meredith.  Notice that the room is above ground, indicating that it is dated before the News Review moved to the Parkway basement.  The film premieres with dessert and speakers on Thursday, November 16 at 7:30 in the Old Greenbelt Theatre.  Tickets can at the box office or online at Old Greenbelt Theatre
October 19, 2017
Tickets are now available at the Old Greenbelt Theatre’s box office and online for Greenbelter Susan Gervasi’s new documentary film, Defending Utopia: The Greenbelt News Review at 80.  The film uses the News Review as a focal point to weave … Read More
McCarl Dentist Richard Duarte.  Photo Courtesy of McCarl Dental Group
October 19, 2017
“ Today we are planning Kevin’s rehab and not a funeral, thanks to the quick actions of Dr. Duarte and two nurses,” wrote James Powers in a September 25 email to McCarl Dental Group. Powers was speaking for and about his … Read More
October 19, 2017
The Greenbelt City Council marched fairly quickly through a varied agenda at its October 9 regular meeting, clearing a variety of issues from its plate including responding to Aileen Kroll’s petition regarding how to protect old Greenbelt under the proposed … Read More
A group of students gather to celebrate their walk to school.  Photo by George Mathews
October 13, 2017
Students, parents, teachers and Greenbelt police all took to the streets to celebrate Walk to School Day.  Greenbelt Elementary and Springhill Lake Elementary were the scene of convivial meeting and greeting for students living nearby in the community..  See the … Read More
October 11, 2017
On October 2 all members of the Greenbelt City Council were in attendance to hear a presentation on a report prepared by the KFH Group, Inc. of Bethesda on the Senior Mobility and Accessibility Needs and Barriers Study. Funded by … Read More

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