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  • 10am–4pm
    Donations of clothing in good condition also welcome. Donation forms available for tax purposes.
    Holy Cross Lutheran Church
  • 10:30am
    Old Greenbelt Theater
  • 12–2pm
    New Deal Café
  • 2:30–3:30pm
    Hosted by Greenbelt Assistance in Living (GAIL) program Do not park in the parking lot. Volunteers will be on site to help load cars. Bring rolling carts or luggage with wheels to take items from the distribution.
    Green Ridge House

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Chief Craze in his office. Photo by Amanda Leigh Brozana
October 19, 2016
We all thank and congratulate Chief Craze for his 45 years of service to the department, the organization and the citizens of Greenbelt. His is a record of service second to none in a community and organization where long exemplary service is something of a tradition. Chief, you have made … Read More
October 19, 2016
The Greenbelt City Council had a relatively light agenda for its October 10 regular meeting, which opened with recognition of the month of October as National Co-op Month and the week of October 10 as Nonprofit Awareness Week. Other items included contracting for the development of a Tree Master … Read More
Sally Barcus and her gold medal.  Photo by Dylan Sinn
October 13, 2016
Sally Barcus did not start playing volleyball until she was almost 30, but several decades later she is the proud owner of three gold medals in the sport. The hardware comes from the Maryland Senior Olympics, at which Barcus’s team, … Read More
Concept drawing of proposed extended stay hotel - BW Parkway side - Courtesy of Woodspring
October 13, 2016
Woodspring Suites at Greenbelt is a proposed 124-room, five-story extended-stay hotel to be located at 7480 Greenway Center Drive in what is now a parking area adjacent to Greenway Center, the existing Maryland Trade Center buildings, and the ramp from … Read More
September 29, 2016
County Executive Rushern Baker held his biennial meeting with the city council September 19. He discussed the possibility of the FBI Headquarters moving to Greenbelt, economic development and challenges facing county schools. County Councilmember Todd Turner also attended. The city … Read More

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