The District shouldn’t evaluate planned development at 1800 Columbia Road NW until litigation surrounding the project is resolved, Advisory Neighborhood Commission 1C (Adams Morgan) is arguing. Developer PN Hoffman is seeking to build a seven-story condo building on the site,...
Georgetown’s Old Stone House, a circa 1765 building at 3051 M St. NW, will close to the public on Monday for 13 months of renovation, the National Park Service announced over the weekend. Would-be visitors hoping to visit in advance...
There has been some controversy over the proposed architectural lighting of Key Bridge. The D.C. Department of Transportation has sought input from members of the Georgetown community on several lighting schemes that are under consideration. Our association’s Historic Preservation...
Ever since the Walter Reed Army Medical Center was first seriously considered for closure in 2005, D.C. officials and developers have hungrily eyed the closed-off chunk of Ward 4 as prime real estate that could accommodate a transformative project. Now,...
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...
Mayor Muriel Bowser’s $13.8 billion budget proposal for fiscal year 2018 — the largest in the city’s history — drew its fair share of strong reactions on both ends of the spectrum when she unveiled it last Tuesday. But...
A 56-year-old Northwest man was fatally stabbed on Feb. 3, according to the Metropolitan Police Department. Officers responded to a residence in the 400 block of H Street NW at about 5:45 p.m. and found Gregory Monroe suffering from multiple...
For many years, our association has sponsored Chevy Chase DC Day to celebrate our community and call attention to the many programs and businesses in our area. This year’s event will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. on...
The two public elementary schools in our association’s area are finishing successful years, one in a newly renovated building and the other about to move into new quarters. Students and teachers at Lafayette Elementary School at Broad Branch Road and...
By: Current News Staff Writer A group of Duke Ellington School of the Arts students’ parents recently complained to the District’s State Board of Education at a formal hearing that the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) falsely accused their...

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