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Developers and city officials last month marked the groundbreaking of The Parks at Walter Reed, the massive mixed-use project slated to take over the former Army medical campus. The April 24 ceremony featured Mayor Muriel Bowser, Ward 4 D.C. Council...
By: Elaine Bole D.C.’s Second District Police Department continues to document a high number of thefts from vehicles, warned Lt Jerome M. Merrill in recent emails to neighborhood listservs. The Second District covers much of the Northwest quadrant of...
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...
By: Davis Kennedy Helicopter noise, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton reported, is negatively affecting the quality of life in parts of Wards 2, 4, 6, 7, and 8. Studies show a correlation between airport noise and the risk of high blood...
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...
By JASON WILLIAMS Current Correspondent When the Cleveland Park Library reopens its doors Saturday after two years and a $20 million rebuild, the sparkling-new facility will prominently display 10 glass panels that pay tribute to a neighborhood icon’s definitive work. These...
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...
A bill currently before the D.C. Council would create an office and commission of nightlife, a centralized group that would oversee the District’s after-hours scene. As proposed by Ward 4 Council member Brandon Todd, the new Office of Nightlife that...
The West Heating Plant is now a historic landmark, presenting a potential obstacle to the site’s long-planned redevelopment into luxury apartments and a public park. The D.C. Historic Preservation Review Board voted 5-3 in favor of landmark designation last Thursday,...
Few observers in Northwest are opposed to expanding resources and services for older residents in wards 2 and 3, the city’s only two wards without a brick-and-mortar senior wellness center. But even as consensus forms around the best approaches...

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