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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...
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...
In just his first season of varsity basketball, Georgetown Day’s Jordan Rayford is quickly making a name for himself. The freshman continued to make his DC presence known in a home contest with St. Anselm’s Abbey on Jan. 19 by...
The DC International School welcomed students to Delano Hall this week for the start of classes in its new campus, located at the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center site near 16th and Aspen streets NW. The building has gone...
Major changes are coming to the region’s electrical grid over the next decade — and residents in Adams Morgan, Logan Circle and Columbia Heights will be among those on the front lines as construction projects come to their areas. Pepco...
Last week, after spending two days examining trees in Georgetown for signs of gas leak-related decline, natural gas industry veteran Bob Ackley recorded 40 to 60 leaks in Georgetown and “many dying trees.” Ackley has claimed a connection between gas...
The District hopes to install a contraflow bus lane along nearly a mile of H Street NW near the White House, but complications with loading areas are threatening to kill plans. The D.C. Department of Transportation unveiled final proposals last...
The return of streetcars to Washington, and to the neighborhood where Joe Gibbons lives and serves as an elected official, brings out the philosopher in the Georgetowner. “A streetcar has a bit of Norman Rockwellness to it,” Gibbons said. “It’s...
Redevelopment plans for the commercial building at 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW won support from the local advisory neighborhood commission last month, with commissioners unanimously endorsing the ambitious new mixed-use project. Donohoe Development is planning to replace the existing 1980s...
Highly anticipated efforts to rehabilitate a deteriorated 6.5-mile stretch of Beach Drive NW and redo parts of Rock Creek Trail are moving forward as the work proceeds north toward the Maryland line. The National Park Service completed the first phase...

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