One travel lane near and along Grant Circle NW will be closed for the week in order for the D.C. Department of Transportation to conduct a study on traffic conditions in the area. The agency has shut down one lane...
D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine has released legal guidance for city schools to handle immigration issues affecting students and families. The guidelines for teachers, staff and administrators at D.C. public schools and public charter schools aim to “ensure that every...
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...
“Potholepalooza,” the ninth annual four-week campaign aiming to expedite the repairs of local roadways, handled 1,200 service requests and filled more than 7,600 potholes, the D.C. Department of Transportation announced last Thursday. While that figure represents a sharp decline from...
Young entrepreneurs ages 6 to 14 will sell their homemade creations at an event Saturday in Cleveland Park — featuring “everything from animal books to poems, tomato plants and wiggly worms, homemade bread, iPhone screen repairs, and more,” according...
Surveyor documents are now available online through a new research tool from the D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs. “SurDocs,” available at dcra.dc.gov/surdocs, provides residents and businesses with access to more than 10,000 copies of field surveys and surveyor...
The Inclusive Innovation Incubator — billed by city officials as the nation’s first affordable co-working incubator to emphasize diversity and inclusion — celebrated its grand opening with a visit from Mayor Muriel Bowser on April 20. Bowser’s administration granted $1...
The Lisner-Louise-Dickson-Hurt Home will host its spring reception and fundraiser on May 25, featuring food, drinks, Latin jazz, dancing and a silent auction. The event, which also celebrates National Wine Day, will be held from 6:30 to 10 p.m. in...
Ward 3 D.C. Council member Mary Cheh is objecting to the reported dismissal of three guidance counselors at Wilson High School, which she calls “a direct result of cuts to the school’s budget for the upcoming school year.” In a...
Five massive, colorful animal sculptures by celebrated Taiwanese artist Hung Yi are now on display downtown through Oct. 15. The “Fancy Animal Carnival” exhibit has installed Yi’s folk-culture inspired pieces at CityCenterDC (825 10th St. NW), Chinatown Park (6th Street...

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