Crimes of opportunity, specifically thefts from autos, continue to be the biggest concern for our association’s area. Over the 60 days ending on Feb. 16, compared with the same period last year, thefts in Police Service Area 201 were...
On May 22, the Citizens Association of Georgetown held its annual meeting, hosted by Dumbarton House and catered by Stachowski’s on 28th Street. Even on a rainy night, the house was full of friends and neighbors. It was an opportunity...
The Federal Aviation Administration has proposed a new concept of maximizing the “time over water” for departing and arriving planes flying directly over the Potomac River that it says will mitigate aircraft noise impacts. The problem with that concept...
We in Shepherd Park are very fortunate to have many places and activities that are both interesting and free. The Montgomery College Planetarium on Fenton Street in Silver Spring — just a short walk away — will host a...
“The Wonder of Fall” is the theme of the Lafayette Elementary School Fall Festival this Saturday, to be held at Broad Branch Road and Northampton Street NW. The school welcomes the community to a larger-than-usual event. The fun will start...
The Citizens Association of Georgetown is expressing its support for participating in the Georgetown Heritage Master Plan to revitalize the section of the historic C&O Canal National Historical Park in our neighborhood. We believe that the canal should be...
ANC 1B Lower Columbia Heights, Lower Georgia Avenue, Shaw, U Street, Pleasant Plains The commission will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 5, at the D.C. Housing Finance Agency, 815 Florida Ave. NW. For details, visit anc1b.org. ANC 1C Adams Morgan The commission will meet...
by Davis Kennedy The Glover Park post office at 2336 Wisconsin Ave. is not receiving mail when it should. Last Friday, January 11th, 2019, it did not receive any, according to Ms. Akiko, who staffs it. Neither did it on Monday, January 14th. The...
Planning for the future of the city and the Shepherd Park community is a topic of discussion and information-gathering on several fronts right now. Last week members of Advisory Neighborhood Commission 4A joined the ANC 4B Design Review Committee to...
While surviving the notoriously muggy weather of D.C. summers, I have often caught myself running errands as fast as possible, often only thinking about my next opportunity to duck into an air-conditioned boutique. I would be so focused on...

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