The D.C. Daughters of the American Revolution opened a “Little Free Library” on Sunday at 4840 MacArthur Blvd. NW, hosting a ribbon-cutting and book giveaways. The red, white and blue miniature library, which holds about 15 books, is located outside...
Housing and construction code infringement penalties are set to double next month, in accordance with the Infraction Fine Increase Amendment Act adopted as part of the D.C. budget. Starting Oct. 1, Class 1 civil infraction fines issued by the D.C....
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...
As development begins at the Parks at Walter Reed site along the Georgia Avenue NW corridor in Ward 4, the project team has begun hosting weekly Fitness in the Parks events to lay the groundwork for the site’s public...
A Northwest man died last week after crashing his motorcycle on the 4800 block of Arkansas Avenue NW, according to a Metropolitan Police Department news release. Anderson Alberto Flores-Flores, 23, was traveling northeast on a 2003 Yamaha SR6 at about...
A double shooting on the Georgetown waterfront left one man dead and another seriously injured early Saturday morning, according to the Metropolitan Police Department. Police responded to the reported shooting at 2:51 a.m. July 8 in the 3500 block of...
Sibley Memorial Hospital’s Emergency Department has won the 2017 Lantern Award from the Emergency Nurses Association, according to a news release from the hospital. The association says that its award underscores an emergency department’s commitment to quality, safety, presence of...
The local Parkrun events at Fletcher’s Cove and Roosevelt Island have earned citywide recognition from the D.C. Council, which passed a ceremonial resolution declaring last Saturday “Parkrun Day” in the city. June 3 marked the five-year anniversary of the first...
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...
City leaders celebrated the 40th anniversary of the District’s Human Rights Act on Dec. 6 at the Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School, according to a release. Adopted unanimously by the first elected D.C. Council, the initial statute banned discrimination...

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