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Scott Stump put his life on the line 27 years ago as a U.S. Marine in Operation Desert Storm. The conflict changed the way Americans looked at our armed forces and even helped heal the wounds the Vietnam War inflicted...
The fourth annual Oral Cancer Awareness Walk & Run in memory of Peter Hoffman will take place on April 14 at the Sligo-Dennis Avenue Park in Silver Spring. The event is organized by Hoffman’s family, in partnership with the Oral...
By ELLIDA PARKER AND MAYA WILSON Wilson Beacon (Wilson High Newspaper) Principal Kimberly Martin remembers eagerly awaiting the first day of school in 2015. She was new to Wilson and was thrilled by the prospect of working in a diverse community...
After struggling for years to get off the ground, a D.C. program to guarantee affordable housing in new developments is seeing a blossoming in the production of units reserved for lower-income residents, according to a recent city report. Under Inclusionary...
Tenleytown could get a new sit-down restaurant as part of an upcoming development at 4620 Wisconsin Ave. NW, but after considerable back-and-forth with developers, some community members remain unsatisfied with the proposed building height and community benefits package. Urban Investment...
After years of neglect, renovations are in the works for two storied District relics — Franklin School and the adjacent Franklin Square park. The vacant Franklin School, located at 13th and K streets NW, is set to become a museum,...
For the first time in three years, Adams Morgan Day is planning a return to its roots as a true street festival, with organizers launching a crowdfunding campaign to finance the closing of part of 18th Street NW. Taking place...
During a tense community discussion last week of the latest plans for a new science building on the Washington International School’s Cleveland Park campus, one resident tried to offer an olive branch. Although he’s concerned about the proposal, he...
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...
A controversial four-year plan to overhaul the popular 16th Street NW bus service and improve chronic issues of unreliability and overcrowding is moving ahead with some support, though residents at a recent community meeting expressed concerns about shifts in...

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