Saturday, May 18, 2013
See what bargains you can find at the following yard sales, moving sales, estate sales and flea markets in Prince George’s County this weekend. (May 17-19)
Each week, Patch puts together a list of local sales coming up over the weekend. Are you having a yard sale? Make sure you go to Events at the top of the page and click "Add an Event" to list your yard sale in the Patch for free. Check back weekly for additional bargain opportunities. 4th Annual Native Plant Sale to benefit Hyattsville Elementary School PTA (Hyattsville) Cheverly Community Market (Cheverly) Yard Sale (Beltsville) Estate Sale (Laurel) Multi-Family Yard Sale (Laurel) Community Yard Sale (Laurel) Yard Sale (Bowie) Designer Bag Sale (Odenton) Huge Community Yard Sale (Forestville) Check back next week for more sales.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Job listings near home include Lanham, Woodlawn and Beltsville.
Looking for a job near Greenbelt? There are several options below:
Monday, April 22, 2013
The teacher from St. Joseph Regional Catholic School in Beltsville was recognized along with nine other teachers.
A teacher from a Beltsville Catholic school will be recognized next month for her excellence in teaching along with nine other DC-area teachers. Mary Margaret O’Brien, a fourth grade teacher at St. Joseph Regional Catholic School, will receive a Golden Apple Award from the Archdiocese of Washington along with $5,000, a pin and certificate recognizing her efforts. The Golden Apple Award was created by the Pittsburgh-based Donahue Family Foundation whose founders—Jack and Rhodora Donahue—sent their 13 children to Catholic schools. The awards will be presented by Cardinal Donald Wuerl next month at a special reception and Greg Dolan, the Donahues' grandson, will emcee the evening’s festivities.
Recent obituaries from area funeral homes.
Click on the name of the deceased to read the full obituary and/or to submit online condolences. Gasch’s Funeral Home 4739 Baltimore Ave., Hyattsville Donald V. Borgwardt Funeral Home 4400 Powder Mill Rd., Beltsville Donaldson Funeral Home 313 Talbott Ave., Laurel Maryland National Memorial 13300 Baltimore Ave., Laurel Robert E. Evans Funeral Home 16000 Annapolis Rd., Bowie George Washington Cemetery 9500 Riggs Rd., Adelphi
Thursday, March 14, 2013
The 31-year-old construction worker died Friday after falling one story at a building site.
Montgomery County police have identified the 31-year-old man who fell to his death March 8 at a Wheaton construction site as José Roberto Lemus-Flores of the 3500 block of Powder Mill Road in Beltsville. A police spokesperson said Lemus-Flores had been walking along an exposed third story decking when a gust of wind caused him to lose his footing. He fell one story onto a concrete pad and was pronounced dead at the scene. The accident occurred at the former site of the First Baptist Church (10914 Georgia Ave.) where a six-story, 232-unit residential apartment project called Solaire Wheaton is under construction. Maryland Occupational Safety and Health, the state agency that oversees workplace safety, was notified of the fall as is “…
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Jobs available in Greenbelt, MD and surrounding areas.
If you're looking for a job, look no further than our weekly job hunt feature, where we highlight jobs available in the area. Traveling Patient Services Rep/Front Desk, Center for Vein Restoration Located in Greenbelt, MD, this company is looking for front desk assistance. Applicants should have completed high school plus have an associate's degree or two years of experience in a medical office. Parking Enforcement Officer, City of College Park A part time job for someone looking to work 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Enforcement of parking pay stations and meters, primarily foot patrol. Program Coordinator, University of Maryland College Park Includes being the lead support person for the university's …
Friday, December 14, 2012
A passenger vehicle crossed over the double yellow line and collided with a tow truck, police said.
Two people were killed Friday morning in Beltsville when a passenger vehicle collided with a tow truck, NBC Washington reports. The accident occurred around 2 a.m. on U.S. Route 1 (Baltimore Ave.) near Powder Mill Road. Prince George's County police told the news channel that the driver of a southbound vehicle crossed into incoming traffic and crashed into the truck. One occupant of the first vehicle was ejected, while another died inside, police said. The tow truck driver suffered non-life-threatening injuries. Read more from NBC4.
Thursday, December 6, 2012
The men reportedly dropped 20 feet, suffering serious but non-life-threatening injuries.
Two workers suffered serious injuries Thursday when they took a fall at a Laurel-area construction site, fire officials said. The men reportedly dropped about 20 feet from the second story of a building going up near Muirkirk Road and Old Baltimore Pike. Prince George's County Fire Department spokesman Mark Brady said firefighters and paramedics were dispatched to the scene around 11:30 a.m. The workers were treated and transported to a trauma center with "non-life-threatening injuries," Brady said. A third worker was struck by falling debris but was not admitted to the hospital. The cause of the fall was not immediately known.
Monday, November 12, 2012
Old Line Fine Wine, Spirits, and Bistro on Route 1 is home to 1,000 brands of beer and 3,000 brands of wine.
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Monday, November 12, 2012
Larry Pendleton wanted to bring something to the greater Beltsville area that the region hasn’t seen before. After two years of planning, preparing and primping, his business is now finally open. Old Line Fine Wine, Spirits and Bistro opened its doors Oct. 1, but Saturday Nov. 10 was Pendleton’s grand opening. His liquor store is home to more than 10,000-square feet of wine, beer, a gift shop and even a restaurant. At 11011 Baltimore Ave. next to Costco in the building that used to be Circuit City, Old Line is a store like no other in the area with 1,000 different brands of beer and 3,000 different brands of wine. "I wanted to create an upscale environment for people to feel comfortable shopping and eating in,” said Pendleton, a 51-year-…
Friday, October 5, 2012
The closure is part of a broad restructuring by parent company Revlon.
Sinful Colors Inc., a nail-polish producer owned by cosmetics giant Revlon, is set to close its Beltsville plant and cut 117 jobs in the process, the Baltimore Sun reports. According to the paper, Sinful Colors detailed its plans to shutter the facility (10721 Tucker St.) in a filing with the Maryland Department of Labor on Thursday. The move follows a September warning by Revlon that it planned to eliminate 250 jobs in Maryland as part of a restructuring. Layoffs are scheduled to begin on Jan. 1. Read the full story here.