This is a listing of incidents reported to the Metropolitan Police Department from April 2 through April 8 in local police service areas, sorted by their report dates. Click your PSA to jump to crimes reported in your neighborhood....
Now that summer is officially over, class is finally back in session. Keely Wells, a third-grade teacher at Lafayette Elementary School, expressed her excitement about this school year with The Current Newspapers. And guess what? Her students are just as...
By: Mion Edwards and Meghan Sorensen Protests have unleashed in D.C. after sexual misconduct allegations surfaced against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Eight days ago, Christine Blasey Ford accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault while she was in high school in 1982. On Monday, Debra Ramirez...
By: Amanda Menas After Hurricane Florence awoke a need for District residents to be more prepared to protect their homes, the D.C. government spoke out about the District’s resilience. Kevin Bush, D.C.’s chief resilience officer, reports that with the increasing frequency...
Children’s programs “Tudor Tots: Colorful Leaves” will feature songs, stories and movement (for ages 2 through 4). 10 a.m. $5; free for accompanying adults. Tudor Place Historic House and Garden, 1644 31st St. NW. tudorplace.org. The fall “Tudor Tots”...
By: Davis Kennedy The District’s Attorney General, A.G. Racine, has announced four lawsuits totaling almost $700,000 against six Maryland parents for sending ten children to Duke Ellington School of the Arts and public charter schools without paying out-of-state tuition. The...
Children’s programs Children’s performer Audrey will present “Rise + Rhyme,” a storytelling and performance series for ages 5 and younger. 9:30 to 11 a.m. $5 per child. Busboys and Poets Takoma, 235 Carroll St. NW. 202-726-0856. As part of...
Local tech executives have been urging D.C. leadership to speed up the regulatory process of laying the groundwork for 5G.  The placing of 5G could take as many as 750,000 cell towers via “small-cell” solutions, a network of low-powered...
Children’s programs ■ The International Spy Museum will hold its annual Spy Fest, a kid-friendly event encouraging children ages 5 and older to analyze documents, speak in code, pick locks and learn tips from a former CIA intelligence officer....
Wednesday, March 6th Book discussion Local author Kara Arundel will discuss her book Raising America’s Zoo: How Two Wild Gorillas Helped Transform the National Zoo. In 1955, a young former Marine ventured to the Belgian Congo on a month-long safari to view Africa’s...

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