The District hopes to install a contraflow bus lane along nearly a mile of H Street NW near the White House, but complications with loading areas are threatening to kill plans. The D.C. Department of Transportation unveiled final proposals last...
By: Davis Kennedy Troy A. LeMaile-Stovall, the chief operating officer at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC), told the local advisory neighborhood commission that the university hopes to purchase the building at 4250 Connecticut Ave. UDC has a...
A dog park saved in Ward 1, thanks to $1.5 million. In Woodley Park, $200,000 for a Main Street group to help revitalize the commercial corridor. Stormwater management investments for the Van Ness, Cleveland Park and Tenleytown neighborhoods. These are...
The Potomac River stormwater retention tunnel extending along the Potomac River is being studied to determine the impact of the project in and around the Georgetown Waterfront Park. The retention tunnel could be a 100-foot-deep drop shaft in the...
By: Current News Staff Writer Re-elected City Council Chair Phil Mendelson and the six re-elected members of the Council were sworn in a week ago Tuesday at the Convention Center along with Mayor Muriel Bowser and Attorney General Karl Racine....
A seven-story apartment building with ground-level commercial retail is being proposed at 4615 Wisconsin Ave. NW, the site of the Tenley Bar & Grill and the former Dancing Crab. The owner of the property, Carlos Horcasitas, plans to seek approval...
Sunrise Senior Living hopes to construct a four-story assisted-living center off Tenley Circle, teaming up with Wisconsin Avenue Baptist Church to build a new house of worship and a care facility on the church’s 3920 Alton Place NW lot. Philip...
Attorney General Karl Racine, who was re-elected to his post in a landslide, thanked District voters "for your profound trust" in an address after he was sworn in for his second term. He said his main goal is to "help...
A contractor for DC Water plans to seek an after-hours permit for a portion of its water main replacement project on a frequently congested stretch of 18th Street downtown, averting community concerns that the work would further snarl rush-hour...
New or renovated full-service grocery stores can now apply to sell beer and wine in Ward 4 under a new law that took effect recently. The Ward 4 Full-Service Grocery Store Amendment Act of 2017 was passed by the D.C....

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