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The D.C. Department of Transportation says work is nearly complete on the monthslong project to reconstruct 49th and Fulton streets NW after a sinkhole forced the intersection’s closure last year. In a report at Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3D’s June 6...
Donohoe Development is proposing a 280-unit residential building at the site of Fox 5’s studios in Friendship Heights, the latest Wisconsin Avenue project likely to bring divisive debate. The building would contain 28 affordable units, according to Donohoe, and 17,000...
A dog park saved in Ward 1, thanks to $1.5 million. In Woodley Park, $200,000 for a Main Street group to help revitalize the commercial corridor. Stormwater management investments for the Van Ness, Cleveland Park and Tenleytown neighborhoods. These are...
Public art made from distinctive brass pillars will find its spot on Van Ness sidewalks later this year, an attempt to create a gathering point for pedestrians on Connecticut Avenue NW. Van Ness Main Street is leading the drive to...
Georgetown may be popular with tourists, but Jamie Scott wants it to be obvious that the neighborhood is in Washington, not Anaheim. As director of planning and economic development for the Georgetown Business Improvement District, Scott is working to obtain...
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...
These are the days when outdoor living comes into its own. That is assuming, of course, that the weather cooperates. The stone farmhouse at 4608 Davenport St. NW offers extensive living and entertaining space inside and out, graced with spacious rooms...
Deciding whether to take on the job of marketing a house depends on whether the real estate agent is drawn to something distinctive about that property.  At least that’s how Timur Loynab feels about his work. “I always look at...
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...
By ADIN McGURK The Wilson Beacon Just months from the graduation of Wilson’s class of 2018, 42 percent of class members are short of the required 100 community service hours, and 14 percent have no hours at all. This has not gone...

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