ANC 3/4G - Chevy Chase At the Feb. 25 meeting: * Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton reported she has 197 House of Representatives co-sponsors for HR (House Resolution) 51 to make the District the 51st state. She expects the bill to...
SEMIFINALS, March 1 GIRLS BASKETBALL No. 1 St. John's def. No. 4 Anacostia, 83-66 - will play No. 2 Georgetown Visitation No. 2 Georgetown Visitation def. No. 3 Sidwell Friends, 45-29 - Will play No. 1 St. John's * Championship game at 3:30 p.m. on...
By: Tadi Abedje There are people around the D.C. area who have daily routines in the morning. First, they take a shower, shave, put on their suits or dresses, and have coffee or breakfast. Additionally, some people listen to the radio...
The sprawling commercial building at 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW is slated to become hundreds of apartment units, according to the Washington Business Journal. The building — located at the corner of Wisconsin and Upton Street, a half-mile south of the...
Every spring our association holds a meeting on public safety issues. This year, instead of featuring speakers, we will hold an open-air event providing an opportunity for kids and adults alike to get to know our local public safety...
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...
It’s not often an elementary or middle school has a gay-straight student alliance. But the Sheridan School in Van Ness is committed to diversity — and that includes sexual orientation. The alliance is among the reasons Sheridan was honored as...
Donohoe Development last week presented plans to build 720 apartment units and ground-level retail at 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW in Tenleytown, drawing suggestions that developers build more and larger affordable units. Plans call for razing the existing 1980s-era commercial and...
The District has quietly scrapped five years of planning to house a special education program at the vacant Stevens School, a reversal that frustrated both program leaders and community members. Ivymount School, a Rockville-based nonprofit that provides special education services,...
Construction formally began last week on Ward 4’s new short-term family housing facility — the first of six new homeless shelters planned across the city to replace the dilapidated D.C. General. Despite steady rainfall on Thursday morning, crowds gathered at...

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