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Not only are local schools helping their students eat healthier, they are providing programs for the community to eat better as well.
Newly approved regulations for school lunches have forced schools to revamp their menu options, but a local expert talks about changing how children see healthy food.
The Festival of Lights Art and Craft Fair featured work from 70 artists. Take a look at some of their work.
The ensemble of students who worked on the play have put their own touches on the musical.
The fair will feature more than 70 participating artists, crafters and authors.
Want to go out to eat for Thanksgiving—or want to know grocery stores that will be open? Take a look at some Greenbelt options.
The 25th annual public safety awards recognized Greenbelt police officers, firefighters and EMT who have demonstrated outstanding service to the city.
A Greenbelt woman has been charged in a conspiracy that resulted in local and federal governments shelling out millions of dollars in fraudulent tax refunds.
Popular DC television personality Richard Dyszel, known for his character Count Gore De Vol, appeared at the Greenbelt Arts Center to show a documentary film.
New film “Koch Brothers Exposed” discusses how billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch allegedly manipulate the political process with wealth and power.
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