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The heavily scrutinized property at 2200 P St. NW in Dupont Circle — the site of a popular, recently shuttered Sunoco service station — might be on the road to changing hands, as several parties have recently expressed in...
The Palisades Recreation Center has reopened after a $9.5 million renovation. D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser cut the ribbon on the rejuvenated facility at 5200 Sherier Place NW after taking part in the annual Palisades Fourth of July Parade. “This time last...
by DAVIS KENNEDY St. Thomas Episcopal Parish and developer CAS Riegler have reached a settlement with civic organizations over a partially completed construction project that includes a 51-unit residential building and a new church, ending a financially damaging stalemate. The lot...
Protesters outside the Wilson Building have drawn citywide attention in the past month to controversial new regulations that have many operators of early childhood centers worried. But the road ahead for tackling those regulations remains uncertain — especially since...
Five key “gateways” to Georgetown could see upgraded surroundings next year as part of the Georgetown Business Improvement District’s ongoing effort to redesign areas that currently create underwhelming first impressions of the historic neighborhood. The business group has hired design...
Two candidates, Ed Lazere, who is on leave from his post as executive director of the left-leaning D.C. Fiscal Policy Institute, and Calvin Gurley, an accountant and frequent political candidate, are hoping to secure the Democratic nomination for City...
The fourth annual Oral Cancer Awareness Walk & Run in memory of Peter Hoffman will take place on April 14 at the Sligo-Dennis Avenue Park in Silver Spring. The event is organized by Hoffman’s family, in partnership with the Oral...
A new farmers market is poised to appear next month on Connecticut Avenue NW in Cleveland Park for a half-year trial on Saturday mornings, as a broader debate stirs about a possible oversaturation of farmers markets in not only...
A year after Petworth residents first reported feeling new 7000-series Metrorail trains shake their homes, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is in the midst of an in-depth investigation of the issue. In late June, the transit authority sent out...
The National Park Service is in the early stages of planning a long-term rehabilitation and development project at the Rock Creek Nature Center and Horse Center complex. The project also includes the center’s planetarium, along with picnic areas and a...

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