A shuttle bus driver fatally shot a coworker on the Walter Reed campus Friday morning as a workplace dispute turned violent, according to the Metropolitan Police Department and media reports. Police responded to an area of the campus in the...
D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine submitted an amicus brief last week on behalf of the District and 10 states opposing the Trump administration’s threat to withhold federal grant funding from D.C. and other “sanctuary cities.” The brief was filed in...
The D.C.-based Olender Foundation recently honored a group of law students from Howard University and the University of the District of Columbia. The foundation, affiliated with the Farragut Square law firm Jack H. Olender & Associates, “aims to counter poverty...
Studio Gallery, located at 2108 R St. NW, recently launched an online shop at studiogallerydc.com/shop-online. The gallery — now more than 50 years old — offers local art in a variety of forms, including paintings, drawings, photography and sculpture. The...
The nonprofit Gifts for the Homeless organization is collecting donations on Friday and Saturday, and seeking volunteers to help handle them, at its 2300 N St. NW location. The group is requesting men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, along with coats,...
Police arrested a Northwest man last week in connection with a homicide that took place Nov. 7 in Brightwood and are looking for a second suspect in the case. Officers responded to reported gunshots in the 1300 block of Rittenhouse...
The historic Wardman Tower has reopened after a thorough restoration, featuring 32 luxury condo units at the corner of Connecticut Avenue and Woodley Road NW. The two- to four-bedroom units range in price from $2.5 million to $9 million in...
By Anath Hartmann  Now that Thanksgiving is over, D.C. residents can expect to soon see Christmas-tree sellers setting up camp in their neighborhoods. With so many events raising funds for charity and school functions, it’s easy to ensure that getting...
Pepco’s long-planned undergrounding project will begin in mid-2018 following this month’s Public Service Commission approval of its DC PLUG initiative, the company said. The $500 million project — paid for half by Pepco ratepayers and half by the D.C. government...
Mayor Muriel Bowser designated Nov. 16, 2017, as Current Newspapers Day in the District in honor of the 50th anniversary of The Current’s first edition. The mayor’s proclamation states that The Current’s editions — Northwest, Georgetown, Dupont and Foggy Bottom...

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