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Glover Park is still without its Whole Foods Market, with the grocery store remaining locked in a heated legal battle with its landlords. The 2323 Wisconsin Ave. NW store has been closed since March, after a D.C. Department of Health...
The formal gardens of Dumbarton Oaks — acquired by Harvard University in 1940 — are currently undergoing stormwater remediation efforts and will be closed until March 15, 2018. The museum and main house on the site will remain open throughout...
A seven-story apartment building with ground-level commercial retail is being proposed at 4615 Wisconsin Ave. NW, the site of the Tenley Bar & Grill and the former Dancing Crab. The owner of the property, Carlos Horcasitas, plans to seek approval...
When older folks who live near the East Capitol Urban Farm in Ward 7 get a garden plot of their own there, it is often a happy trip down memory lane. “Senior citizens are excited to get a plot,” said...
By: Amanda Menas Ruth Wattenberg defeated Dora Currea for the Ward 3 Board of Education race by collecting 70 percent of the vote, meaning she will continue to work for residents for a second term on the board in addition...
D.C. has among the highest rates of homelessness in the country, recording 124 homeless people per 10,000 residents in a 2016 survey of 32 states. But the problem appears to be improving. There were 3 percent fewer homeless individuals past...
With costly federal mandates in force at the D.C. Water and Sewer Authority, officials are warning customers to expect rates to rise until they peak in 2026. That is according to Tommy Wells, chairman of the D.C. Water board and director...
Amid debate about the health effects of crumb rubber — a synthetic surface used at playgrounds and fields across the U.S. — the District has backed off plans to install the material at Janney Elementary School this month. The D.C....
There’s an ambient sense in D.C. that summer in the city isn’t as sleepy as it once was. As with most such inklings, though, the story is a bit more complicated. The D.C. Council takes recess each year from July until...
The trail beneath the Foundry Branch Bridge in Glover Archbold Park near Foxhall has been closed for the past 10 months, as plans have stalled to resolve safety concerns by repairing the deteriorating structure. Meanwhile, the agencies involved in...

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