The Citizens Association of Georgetown is working to adopt a resolution that our board will vote upon at its Oct. 24 meeting. The resolution will support the application for demolition of much of the West Heating Plant. The demolition...
Thursday, Jan. 25 South Capitol Bridgebuilders, the design-build contractor for the new Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge, announced a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Opportunities Open House will be held from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in Room 10, Maritime Plaza, 1201...
By: Current News Staff Writer Re-elected City Council Chair Phil Mendelson and the six re-elected members of the Council were sworn in a week ago Tuesday at the Convention Center along with Mayor Muriel Bowser and Attorney General Karl Racine....
Garrison Elementary School will hold its 4th annual community auction online from April 30 to May 4. The school is asking for donations (an item or gift certificate) that will be auctioned to raise money for great programs for...
This weekend, McLean Gardens will host a 75th anniversary celebration — commemorating the federal government’s purchase of the sprawling Wisconsin Avenue NW site to construct garden-style buildings for World War II workers, replacing the elegant summer home built by...
August is a month during which no formal programs are scheduled, but event planning for the fall and winter is moving forward. A highlight of the fall season will be the Citizens Association of Georgetown’s gala at the Four Seasons...
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...
Students across the District are organizing protests and walkouts to advocate stricter gun regulations in the wake of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. Women’s March organizers are coordinating a nationwide school walkout on March...
Bike paths along K and Water streets NW have elicited differing opinions by residents and visitors on the waterfront. There is no consensus on what is the best way to ensure that pedestrians, bikes and automobiles do not interfere...
Despite some Realtors’ concerns about Donald Trump’s presidency harming the region’s economy, the local real estate market has yet to show warning signs, with D.C. homes selling faster than this time last year as inventory remains consistent. The average number...

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