Whittle School & Studios invites you to its Fall Open House on Sunday, November 4, at the Whittle School & Studios Information Center (5300 Wisconsin Ave NW). This family-friendly event gives you the chance to learn more about the opportunities this global school will...
Wednesday, May 24 • The D.C. State Board of Education will host a special working session with D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Antwan Wilson to discuss ways to collaborate on education priorities. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. in Room...
There likely is no need for green infrastructure to be installed on the west side of Wisconsin Avenue NW, based on the findings of Walter Groszyk, the Citizens Association of Georgetown’s expert on sewers and water in our neighborhood....
D.C. has among the highest rates of homelessness in the country, recording 124 homeless people per 10,000 residents in a 2016 survey of 32 states. But the problem appears to be improving. There were 3 percent fewer homeless individuals past...
A planned Georgetown commercial building that won zoning and design approval two years ago continues to remain in limbo as no tenants have yet signed a lease for the project. Currently the site of a surface parking lot, the property...
ANC3/4G - Chevy Chase At the commission’s Feb.11 meeting: * The commission re-elected Randy Speck as its chair, Christopher Fromboluti its vice-chair, Chandra Garfield its treasurer and Abraham Clayman secretary. * Commission Chair Randy Speck announced the Chevy Chase Community Center renovation is in...
The Juanita E. Thornton/Shepherd Park Library at 7420 Georgia Ave. NW is alive and well! The latest new books are displayed in the areas for children, teens and adults. The weekly story times are continuing for babies on Mondays...
Most observers agree that D.C. now offers more fun events and exciting activities during the summer than it ever has before. Outdoor movies, live performances and cultural exhibitions will keep your calendar full throughout the season. Below is a...
While a five-story condo project next to the “Exorcist Steps” in Georgetown trudged through the design review process last week, neighbors described a potential horror scenario that construction could bring: a landslide for homes directly uphill. Half a dozen residents...
Organized “villages” in D.C. help meet the needs of a growing population of seniors so they can successfully live in their own homes. In addition to the services we discussed in last week’s column, Northwest Neighbors Village runs a...

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