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Plans to open a Domino’s in Glover Park advanced this month when Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3B (Glover Park, Cathedral Heights) conditionally supported the restaurant’s zoning application. Domino’s has proposed to move into part of the Calvert Center at 2330 Wisconsin...
Some residents and business owners are lobbying the D.C. Council to impose tighter regulations on amplified street performances, citing disturbances to work and home life. Kelvin Stevens, a longtime homeowner at the Residences at Gallery Place, 777 7th St. NW,...
Despite a chorus of opposition from local representatives, Pepco’s Friendship Heights substation was unanimously voted a landmark last Thursday by the D.C. Historic Preservation Review Board. Pepco is in the midst of a project to upgrade the substation. Company...
Emerson Preparatory School, a longtime fixture in Dupont Circle, is set to welcome students to its new home on the fourth floor of the Thurgood Marshall Center, 1816 12th St. NW. Beginning tomorrow, the first day of the new...
Sunrise Senior Living hopes to construct a four-story assisted-living center off Tenley Circle, teaming up with Wisconsin Avenue Baptist Church to build a new house of worship and a care facility on the church’s 3920 Alton Place NW lot. Philip...
The three-year project to rehabilitate Beach Drive entered its final phase July 9, as the National Park Service reopened the section between Broad Branch Road and Joyce Road, while closing to traffic the section between Joyce Road and the...
By JASON WILLIAMS Current Correspondent When the Cleveland Park Library reopens its doors Saturday after two years and a $20 million rebuild, the sparkling-new facility will prominently display 10 glass panels that pay tribute to a neighborhood icon’s definitive work. These...
After 27 years on the D.C. Council, and closing in on his 65th birthday, Jack Evans figures he can speak his mind. That’s what he has been doing recently at community meetings in Ward 2, which he has represented...
By: Amanda Menas As the city moves toward a future projected to include one million residents by 2045, development in all sectors is inevitable. Specifically, issues of affordable housing, the homelessness crisis, and ever-increasing gentrification were brought to the forefront when...
By: Davis Kennedy The District’s Attorney General, A.G. Racine, has announced four lawsuits totaling almost $700,000 against six Maryland parents for sending ten children to Duke Ellington School of the Arts and public charter schools without paying out-of-state tuition. The...

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