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The Glover Park community offered widespread support for a new Trader Joe’s store there, after the grocery chain confirmed long-swirling rumors that it would occupy the ground level of a new development at 2101 Wisconsin Ave. NW. Last month, Trader...
A controversial four-year plan to overhaul the popular 16th Street NW bus service and improve chronic issues of unreliability and overcrowding is moving ahead with some support, though residents at a recent community meeting expressed concerns about shifts in...
Instructors and students at Guy Mason Recreation Center are facing confusion over whether several long-established programs can resume. Last week, the D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation sent a four-sentence email to dozens of participants. Citing “contract procurement difficulties,”...
The District hopes to install a contraflow bus lane along nearly a mile of H Street NW near the White House, but complications with loading areas are threatening to kill plans. The D.C. Department of Transportation unveiled final proposals last...
The United States was hit with two hurricanes this month: Texas’ Harvey and Florida’s Irma. With many hospitals sitting in the path of the storms, officials were forced to evacuate hundreds of patients. The quickest way to get a patient...
Tenleytown could get a new sit-down restaurant as part of an upcoming development at 4620 Wisconsin Ave. NW, but after considerable back-and-forth with developers, some community members remain unsatisfied with the proposed building height and community benefits package. Urban Investment...
Winter restaurant week makes its return to the greater Washington region Jan. 22 to Jan. 28. Roughly 250 restaurants in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia will offer multi-course $35 dinner, $22 lunch and $22 brunch menus. The full list of...
While the Palisades is a community known for its trees, residents living along a stretch of Potomac Avenue NW are voicing rare opposition to a city tree-planting proposal for their three blocks. Neighbors fear that street trees would obstruct their...
The long-delayed reopening of Turtle Park has been postponed yet again — to the first week of August — to accommodate last-minute design changes, officials with the D.C. Department of General Services told the community last week. The park at...
Construction of a long-planned addition to Hyde-Addison Elementary School began this summer, a project that will connect the school’s two buildings but displace students to Meyer Elementary for the next two school years. The project, which has been in the...

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