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All precincts reported a modest increase in voter turnout Tuesday morning, comparable to a reported 25 percent increase in early voting, but by mid-afternoon turnout in Greenbelt West had eclipsed most other precincts by a factor of nearly six. Tuesday’s … Read More
The golden glow of a setting October sun passes its energy to sunflowers towering over the garden plots on the periphery of Old Greenbelt. Are they waving good-bye to summer? Not so fast. There’s still plenty of action down below, … Read More
A forecast of cloudy skies and the threat of copious amounts of rain between 2 and 3 p.m. did not deter people from seeking out a place to watch Monday’s partial solar eclipse in and around Greenbelt. Despite that forecast … Read More
No one was injured in a fire on Plateau Place that displaced one person around 8 a.m. Tuesday, June 27. The cause of the fire is still under investigation, but is believed to have started in the kitchen, according to … Read More