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By ROBERT BETTMANN After a tough week, the Gonzaga boys basketball team got back on track on Feb. 11 with a convincing victory over Archbishop Carroll, winning 65-59. While Gonzaga still has a 23-3 record, two of those losses have happened...
Workers cleaning up a contaminated Spring Valley property were hospitalized last Wednesday after suffering symptoms of possible chemical exposure, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which is overseeing the cleanup effort. In response to the Aug. 9 incident,...
Plans for the Apple Store takeover of the Carnegie Library have sailed through numerous regulatory reviews in recent weeks with hardly any objection, culminating last Thursday in approval from city preservation officials. Apple plans to begin a year of construction...
British International School of Washington As winter slowly turns to spring, life at the British International School of Washington picks up pace. With year 11’s General Certificate of Secondary Education and year 13’s International Baccalaureate exams fast approaching, as well...
As the Dupont Circle community debated an alcohol license application from its Safeway supermarket earlier this year, the local advisory neighborhood commission also faced an internal controversy that spilled into public view: deteriorating relations with one of its own...
By: Amanda Menas “Everybody gets something at Metro.” Gretchen, a neighbor of Netherlands Apartments, came to a rally at Metro K Supermarket Monday evening. Metro K Supermarket may close its doors November 30 due to rent a increase.  The Hottel family,...
The District has quietly scrapped five years of planning to house a special education program at the vacant Stevens School, a reversal that frustrated both program leaders and community members. Ivymount School, a Rockville-based nonprofit that provides special education services,...
Last week, three months after the Klingle Valley Trail’s long-awaited opening, the park was briefly closed for asphalt repairs caused by a fallen tree. But its problems don’t stop there. Two August storms flooded the trail, indicating a faulty drainage...
By: Current News Staff Writer A group of Duke Ellington School of the Arts students’ parents recently complained to the District’s State Board of Education at a formal hearing that the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) falsely accused their...
When Alan and Irene Wurtzel purchased a Sheridan-Kalorama town home in 1993 next to a vacant building owned by the government of Argentina, they were assured their neighbors would return soon. Twenty-four years later, neighbors are nowhere to be seen...

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