By: Amanda Menas “Everybody gets something at Metro.” Gretchen, a neighbor of Netherlands Apartments, came to a rally at Metro K Supermarket Monday evening. Metro K Supermarket may close its doors November 30 due to rent a increase.  The Hottel family,...
Tenleytown resident Judy Chesser has been a vocal opponent of the proposed Sunrise retirement home on Alton Place since the plans were announced in September. However, she understands why Wisconsin Avenue Baptist Church, the owner and occupier of the property...
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...
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...
As the closure of the Glover Park Whole Foods reaches almost a year, litigation continues to drag on and a citizen petition is circulating aiming to get the store reopened. A January decision from a judge allowed much of Whole...
Stores and restaurants across D.C. are set to celebrate “Small Business Saturday” this week with discounts and giveaways, part of an annual event to encourage residents to shop locally. Held the first Saturday after Thanksgiving every year across the country,...
Homeless services provider Friendship Place recently received its largest single commitment from a private donor, when online retailer Amazon pledged to match up to $1 million in donations to the Tenleytown-based nonprofit through the end of the year. In 2016,...
A five-week project to repair the skylight at the Tenley-Friendship Library will begin on Jan. 2, according to a release. D.C. Public Library spokesperson George Williams told The Current that the skylight had begun leaking, forcing the repairs to the...
The lively, sometimes raucous, discussion in Tenleytown about the proposed redevelopment of a church’s property as a Sunrise senior living facility continued last Thursday at a community meeting. Jonathan McHugh, who sits on Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3E (Tenleytown, Friendship Heights),...
Whittle School & Studios will not stick to the status quo of modern education. Instead, the school will reimagine it. Education entrepreneur Chris Whittle, the chairman and CEO of the school, wants students to become global citizens through education....

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