Maret School is asking the city to take away a years-old provision that requires the school to conduct an annual traffic report. In a recent filing with the Board of Zoning Adjustment, the school reports that traffic levels in recent...
Thursday, May 4 ■ The DC Language Immersion Project and the DC Workforce Investment Council will host a panel discussion on “A Vision for DC — Leveraging the District’s Diversity through Bilingual Education.” Panelists will include D.C. Public Schools Chancellor...
The District is one of four finalists for an Urban Land Institute award recognizing public-sector innovation in affordable housing. D.C. is in the running along with Boston, Denver and New York City for the institute’s 2017 Larson Housing Policy Leadership...
The long-gestating Stevens School rehabilitation and development project in the West End remains in turmoil, as the special-needs education program Ivymount is now unsure whether the city will continue to fund its involvement. Three developers, led by Akridge, have been...
The Washington Canoe Club has stood at 3700 Water St. NW in Georgetown since 1905, with several additions expanding its footprint over the decades. In 1991, the National Park Service-owned site earned distinction as a historic landmark. But since 2010,...
Mayor Muriel Bowser is likely to spend much of the next two months wrangling with the D.C. Council over her proposed fiscal year 2018 budget. But other pursuits will occupy her time as well — including a long-sought agreement...
Pepco will begin a long-delayed project next month to modernize a 1940s-era substation on Wisconsin Avenue NW in order to address an increased demand for electricity around Friendship Heights. The $137.5 million project would gut the interior of the old...
Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3D debated how to allocate its roughly $20,000 budget for nearly two hours at its April 5 meeting, exposing fault lines between newer commissioners who want to shift the body’s priorities and longtime members. ANC 3D includes...
Thursday, April 27 ■ The D.C. Historic Preservation Review Board will meet at 9 a.m. in Room 220 South, One Judiciary Square, 441 4th St. NW. ■ The Washington Area Bicyclist Association will host “Walk, Bike or Drive … We Want...
A new program will allow D.C. residents to drop off their food waste at designated farmers markets on Saturdays, so the waste can be sent to a local composting facility and converted into nutrient-rich soil fertilizer. The free service will...

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