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Mayor Muriel Bowser told hundreds of attendees at the convention center at her swearing in for her second term that she was proud of her accomplishments during her first term but that there is still much progress to do...
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...
Fifty years ago this Thursday, the first edition of The Current arrived at some 10,000 homes across a section of Northwest D.C. The paper was called The Potomac Current back then, and it was centered around the MacArthur Boulevard corridor...
By: Amanda Menas Dora Currea, an immigrant from South America and former international development professional, is running against incumbent Ruth Wattenberg for the Board of Education seat in Ward 3. While the two candidates agree on most issues when advocating...
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...
The Latin American Montessori Bilingual Public Charter School is seeking zoning approval to consolidate its three locations to the Kingsbury School campus in 16th Street Heights, with the shift intended to begin as early as fall 2018. The charter, known...
Donohoe Development last week presented plans to build 720 apartment units and ground-level retail at 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW in Tenleytown, drawing suggestions that developers build more and larger affordable units. Plans call for razing the existing 1980s-era commercial and...
Donohoe Development is proposing a 280-unit residential building at the site of Fox 5’s studios in Friendship Heights, the latest Wisconsin Avenue project likely to bring divisive debate. The building would contain 28 affordable units, according to Donohoe, and 17,000...
When the only Jewish day school in D.C. first announced plans in 2015 to expand its elementary campus and construct a new middle school, parents, students and faculty rejoiced. This month, the mood remained buoyant as the Jewish Primary Day...
by Robert Bettmann At the recently renovated Theodore Roosevelt High School, the Roughriders boys basketball team dismantled the Cardozo High School Clerks, 95-41 on Jan. 5. The game was not as close as the final score indicates, with four minutes remaining...

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