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Renovations are underway at the British International School of Washington as the 2001 Wisconsin Ave. NW campus prepares to welcome a record number of students this fall. The school’s location in the federally protected Georgetown Historic District complicates exterior changes...
Construction began this month at the Ingleside at Rock Creek retirement community on two new independent living buildings and a parking garage, a long-planned project that will last through spring 2020 in a quiet corner of Chevy Chase. Ingleside, located...
The Army Corps of Engineers plans to drill 12 to 15 holes in the basement of 4835 Glenbrook Road NW, after environmental remediation workers suffered apparent chemical exposure along the Spring Valley home’s property line. The property — the currently...
Developers of a large Tenleytown residential and retail project need to provide stronger justification that their proposed eight-story building adheres to the D.C. Comprehensive Plan, the Zoning Commission ruled Monday. If ultimately approved, the project would redevelop 4620 Wisconsin Ave....
After seeing the devastation of Hurricane Maria, local sixth-grader Javier Llano-Cruz wanted to help. And with the assistance of his family, his Oyster-Adams Bilingual School classmates, private donations and even the toy industry, Llano-Cruz got to help make Christmas...
If the Earl of Grantham and his extended family (upstairs and down) were ever to decamp from Downton Abbey to D.C., the grand manor home at 3101 Chain Bridge Road NW would do very nicely for their new life...
The chair of the Ward 1 Democrats resigned last Wednesday. Brian Footer told an emergency meeting of the Ward One Dems that his new job as a health consultant with Deloite Touche, a multi-billion dollar consulting, advisory and tax service...
A planned Georgetown commercial building that won zoning and design approval two years ago continues to remain in limbo as no tenants have yet signed a lease for the project. Currently the site of a surface parking lot, the property...
An ongoing dispute over new preschool regulations spilled into public view last week, as protesters waved handwritten signs and blared gospel music on Freedom Plaza across from the Wilson Building. Late last year, the D.C. Office of the State Superintendent...
In an unconventional effort to give D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton a long-sought vote in the House of Representatives, Ward 3 D.C. Council member Mary Cheh introduced a bill Tuesday for the council to grant her that right. Most of...

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