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  • 10am–4pm
    Thursday
    Donations of clothing in good condition also welcome. Donation forms available for tax purposes.
    Holy Cross Lutheran Church
    FREE
  • 10:30am–12pm
    Sunday
    Deaf and hearing people socialize together using sign language. Newcomers welcome!
    New Deal Café
    FREE
  • 10:30am
    Monday
    Old Greenbelt Theater
    FREE
  • 11:30am–2:30pm
    Sunday
    New Deal Café
    FREE

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December 7, 2017
Did you know the online version of the newspaper just got a little bit cooler?  Look at the bottom of this week’s front page and you’ll see an illustrated box called ‘Inside Stories’.  If you click the caption below the … Read More
December 7, 2017
Around 200 people attended an informational meeting on Monday, November 27, concerning the proposal to run an SCmaglev train between Baltimore and Washington, with two of the three routes under consideration tunneling under homes in Greenbelt East. Arranged by Delegate … Read More
December 7, 2017
As part of its periodic stakeholders’ meetings the Greenbelt City Council met with Franklin Park management on November 29 to receive an update on what’s happening within that community. Topics discussed included crime, communications with residents, recycling conditions in the … Read More
The Greenbelt Lady Angels won the championship in Montreal for
the fourth time this past summer.  Photo by Maria Herd
November 30, 2017
After a four-year hiatus from competing in an international basketball tournament in Canada, the Greenbelt Lady Angels took a new team of women to Montreal to win the championship for the fourth time this past summer. Herbert Allen founded the … Read More
The tinman (Marie Nearing), Dorothy (Loraine Hamlett), scarecrow (Dallas DeFord) and cowardly lion (Steve Yednock) are off to see the wizard..  Photos by Jon Gardner
November 30, 2017
Follow the yellow brick road to Greenbelt Arts Center to see community theater at its warm, rollicking best. A full house (over 100 by my guesstimate) on opening night for The Wizard Of Oz was enchanted by L. Frank Baum’s … Read More

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