Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary, run by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and used as the headquarters of the Maryland Conservation Corp, is home to deer, osprey, bald eagles, owls, fox, song birds, snakes, turtles, and beavers. And it is just like home to nature lovers, birdwatchers, hikers, and fishermen.
“What makes us unique is that, over the years, we’ve collected enough tanks and we brew in a small enough size that we can have 18 to 20 of our own beers on tap at any given point,” said Mike Franklin.
The Community Planning Division hosted an information session January 23 at the Cedar Heights Community Center to share s the results of the Fairmont Heights High School Economic Study.
Eagle Harbor, the smallest municipality in the County, will celebrate its 90th anniversary in 2019, and the town officials are planning to “do everything a bit bigger” throughout the year with fireworks on the Fourth of July, a gala/scholarship awards dinner in April, and a black history program.
In September 1950, 738 black students entered the new Fairmont Heights Junior-Senior High School—one of only two high schools in Prince George’s County for blacks during segregation, and the only one that offered twelfth grade. In 2017, the last students
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Last week the employees of the Prince George’s County Planning Department and the Prince George’s County Parks and Recreation took a little time to celebrate each other and the hard work we do supporting our community at an annual Employee
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Transportation in Prince George’s County
While it might hail from The Boring Company, the newest proposal for local traffic easement doesn’t lack excitement. The DC-Maryland Loop Tunnel Project is developing an environmental assessment for a high-speed underground public transportation system between Washington and Baltimore.
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Arts District Hyattsville is part of the Gateway Arts District, where public art abounds, new businesses are flourishing, and the community is growing. Two new townhome complexes—The Bristol and the Calvin II—are already sold out.