Mayor Muriel Bowser has established an Interagency Autonomous Vehicle (AV) Working Group to prepare the District for AV technologies, according to a release. The working group is comprised of District agencies focused on transportation, disability rights, environmental issues and...
The Conrad Hotel is now officially open The Conrad Hotel has officially opened.  This first property for the Conrad brand to debut in the nation’s capital is a 360-room, 10-floor hotel that features 30,000 square feet of luxury retail space...
A West End building seven years in the making opened this month with a brand-new fire station, a squash club and affordable housing at 2233 M St. NW. The project began with the EastBanc firm winning a city solicitation to...
A bus crash near Chevy Chase Circle sent five people to the hospital with minor injuries Sunday morning, according to news reports. The Washington Post reported that a Montgomery County Ride On bus crashed into a utility pole on the...
The U.S. Department of Education has approved the District’s Every Student Succeeds Act State Plan, which is focused on continuing progress for all students and accelerating growth for those furthest behind, according to a news release. The plan establishes a...
Mayor Muriel Bowser and Ward 3 D.C. Council member Mary Cheh were among the dignitaries to participate in Saturday’s ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony for the “Celebrating Tenleytown’s History: Past and Present” mural created by artist Jarrett Ferrier and photographer...
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...
The D.C. Public Library closed the Cleveland Park Interim Library at 4340 Connecticut Ave. NW on Saturday in preparation for next month’s debut of the rebuilt Cleveland Park Library. The new library at 3310 Connecticut Ave. NW will open Saturday,...
A new program will allow D.C. residents to drop off their food waste at designated farmers markets on Saturdays, so the waste can be sent to a local composting facility and converted into nutrient-rich soil fertilizer. The free service will...
The D.C. Department of Transportation has introduced a new mobile app that tracks 8,200 recently planted city trees, encouraging residents to help with watering duties. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced the new DC Tree Watering App during her Ward 6 community...

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