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A nearly forgotten proposal to block motor vehicles from a stretch of Rock Creek Parkway near the Kennedy Center is under fresh consideration, with community leaders in Foggy Bottom and Georgetown requesting a study of the idea. First conceived...
Plans to remove more than 40 parking spaces from southern Georgetown this fall to make way for new protected bike lanes remain a divisive issue among residents and neighborhood leaders. The D.C. Department of Transportation proposal is part of a...
This year’s budget process was less heated than in previous years, D.C. Council members agree. But big points of contention still arose before the council approved the fiscal year 2018 budget last Tuesday, including a dispute over tax cuts...
Few observers in Northwest are opposed to expanding resources and services for older residents in wards 2 and 3, the city’s only two wards without a brick-and-mortar senior wellness center. But even as consensus forms around the best approaches...
The proposed merger of Washington Gas and Canadian energy company AltaGas has generated controversy over whether the move will be in the interests of District customers. The merger between WGL Holdings (the parent company of Washington Gas) and AltaGas is...
Dupont Circle residents critical of plans to sell alcohol at the neighborhood Safeway turned out in force for a Monday town hall, continuing a “Food, Not Booze” campaign that’s attracted media attention from around the area. In June, Advisory...
The District is moving forward with plans to reserve up to 181 parking spaces for police officers on streets surrounding the 2nd District headquarters, to accommodate patrol cars and personal vehicles displaced by the construction of a parking garage...
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...
This is a public service announcement to the high school girls basketball teams in the D.C. area: St. John’s has officially created a dynasty after winning its fourth state title in the last five years on Saturday. And the area...
In the weeks following unexpected cuts to the DC Streetcar’s expansion budget — which the D.C. Council adopted earlier this month — some Ward 2 community leaders have begun criticizing the last-minute change. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson stripped more than...

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