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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...
By: Davis Kennedy Georgetown Heritage expects the Georgetown portion of the C&O Canal to feature canal boats that offer passenger rides by late summer 2020, Maggie Downing, the organization’s Director of Programs & Partnerships, said at the Citizens Association of...
The trail beneath the Foundry Branch Bridge in Glover Archbold Park near Foxhall has been closed for the past 10 months, as plans have stalled to resolve safety concerns by repairing the deteriorating structure. Meanwhile, the agencies involved in...
Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3/4G (Chevy Chase) released a report Jan. 22 on the proposed Chevy Chase Community Center slated to replace the existing building sometime after 2020. The report offered specific recommendations for the new center, drawn from a survey...
By: Meghan Sorensen On Monday, December 3, former President George H.W. Bush laid in the Capitol’s rotunda for a public viewing session. He passed away in his Houston home on November 30 at age 94, eight months after his wife...
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...
Lighting up the Key Bridge at night is fine with Tom Gallas, but he does not want the structure looking like New Orleans during Mardi Gras. “It is not a party bridge,” Gallas said at the Dec. 7 meeting of...
D.C. students' standardized-testing performance continued its slow but steady improvement in the 2016-17 school year, based on results from the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers exams. The PARCC exams cover mathematics and English language arts, and rate...
When you look for an entry-level luxury sedan, perhaps the first way to narrow down your list is to consider what level of sporty performance you desire. Most models in this class fall into the category of “sports sedan”...
Plans to redevelop the long-vacant West Heating Plant inched forward last Wednesday, as the fourth iteration of designs for the proposed 110-foot luxury condo building won support from Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E (Georgetown, Burleith). Opened in 1948 and shuttered half...

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