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The News Review seeks applicants for the position of editor.

The ideal person will be a city resident, familiar with the community. She or he will be a strong writer and editor capable of producing consistent and highly readable copy working within a team. While previous editorial or newspaper experience is a plus, common sense, an eagle eye, good person-to-person skills and a can-do attitude are primary. The successful candidate will be conversant with modern technology, particularly as it applies to printing, including familiarity with graphics, spreadsheets, camera-ready copy and file management; will be comfortable working in a peer situation with a mix of volunteers and paid staff and adept at addressing groups of citizens and city businesses and government to express the paper’s message. The Greenbelt News Review is a worker cooperative. This position is part time, approximately 16 hours per week and on a schedule aligned with newspaper publication. This will generally include office hours and some evening work Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Questions may be addressed to A short letter of application and a resume no more than two pages in length should be sent to the same email address by no later than January 26.

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The movie will be shown again at the Old Greenbelt Theatre on January 14, 1 p.m.  Susan Gervasi, the film maker, will speak and answer questions after the show.  The video of the original showing’s speakers from the November 16 showing is available, courtesy of Beverly Palau of the City of Greenbelt, by clicking here.


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Red berries on brown twigs are in front of snow on the ground and blue ice covering a lake. Brown trees are behind the lake.
January 11, 2018
Greenbelt Lake is frozen, as are the rivers, streams and ponds of our town. They’re not frozen six-feet thick, or frozen only to be clear in the spring, but frozen over with crinkly ice that makes its own winter groans … Read More
January 11, 2018
This is the fourth and final of a series of articles providing information about a proposal to build a high-speed railway through Greenbelt that would tunnel under existing homes and Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt East and possibly emerge … Read More
January 11, 2018
It was a cold, dark, icy night when the city council met in Greenbelt on January 8. Although both audience and councilmembers were in somewhat short supply, members of the Youth Advisory Committee made yet another trek to yet another … Read More
Mary Lou Williamson
January 4, 2018
This issue brings good wishes for the new year to you our readers from all of us at the newspaper. This issue also brings the announcement of my stepping down from the position of editor after 45 years of continuous … Read More
January 3, 2018
Prince George’s County launched the major undertaking of rewriting its aged Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Regulations more than three years ago. Many countywide meetings and presentations later, it is not yet near the finish line but the focus is narrowing. … Read More

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