In our Jan. 17, 2019 edition, WTTG brings us a tragic, brief story of a pedestrian fatality in Prince George’s County’s notoriously dangerous south-county roadways. The Hyattsville Life & Times gets you up to speed on DeMatha hoops, and more after the jump.
“Investigators say the man was in the roadway when he was hit near the intersection of Central Avenue and Hampton Park Boulevard in Capitol Heights.” (Editor’s note, see photo above for streetscape context. Here’s a link to Google Maps’ satellite view.)
DeMatha basketball No. 1 in area, No. 3 in nation, continues brutal schedule –Hyattsville Life & Times
“Had Jones put together an easier nonconference schedule, his club might not have been sufficiently battle tested to pull out the win over the Cadets. He wants his players to compete against great local, regional and national competition to better prepare it for its ultimate goal – a 41st Catholic league championship.”
“As government employees and contractors faced a third week of the federal furlough with no end in sight, Hope Braveheart posted a question on social media: Would Greenbelters help host a dinner for people affected by this?”
“Liggins hopes to create a database to keep track of business information and run reports in order to help ‘connect [businesses] to all that Greenbelt has to offer.'”
“If this continues, I will not be able to pay even just the normal expenses that happen every month. If this continues to drag on, it personally affects me,”