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During her Second Term Outlook Address on Tuesday, postponed due to Monday’s snow, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced renewed priorities for her next four years in office as well as a series of organizational changes within the D.C. Government. “In term...
Two Ward 2 recreation facilities could see significant improvements earlier than expected after a D.C. Council committee revised Mayor Muriel Bowser’s budget proposal last Thursday. The Committee on Transportation and the Environment, which oversees the D.C. Department of Parks and...
An application was withdrawn last month for the Five Guys restaurant expected open in early 2018 in an American University-owned shopfront at 4200 Wisconsin Ave. NW. The D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment rescinded the case on May 3, the same...
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...
The National Park Service is celebrating its 100th birthday by awarding centennial challenge grants to six parks across Northwest D.C., the U.S. secretary of the interior announced last month. This year, Congress gave $20 million to national parks across...
Van Ness is slated for a set of small revitalization projects in the coming months, including the renovation of a blighted plaza and the greater incorporation of public art into the neighborhood. Van Ness Main Street, a local nonprofit, is...
Key portions of 3900 Wisconsin Ave. NW are on track to become a D.C. landmark amid the parcel’s large-scale redevelopment, joining some 600 other historically significant individual properties across the District. Roadside Development, which purchased the property from Fannie Mae...
After years of planning and construction, the new West End Library branch will celebrate its grand opening at 10:30 a.m. Dec. 9 — showing off a modern space with ample room to enjoy upgraded technology, light-filled meeting areas and...
As the closure of the Glover Park Whole Foods reaches almost a year, litigation continues to drag on and a citizen petition is circulating aiming to get the store reopened. A January decision from a judge allowed much of Whole...
Last year the Archbishop Carroll boys basketball team went winless, as the Lions finished 0-22 and faced a new low for the program. Enter Aminu Mohammed. Mohammed, a 6-foot-5, 175-pound do-everything point-forward, came into the varsity program this past season and...

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