By: Kate Michael
Did you know that this month marks 175 years since Charles Dickens wrote “A Christmas Carol?” To commemorate the anniversary, Ford’s Theatre is putting on its annual production with extra holiday cheer this year, and your presence…

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…

By: Davis Kennedy
Lewis Ferebee, who served as the Indianapolis Public Schools Superintendent, was nominated by Mayor Muriel Bowser to be the next chancellor of the D.C. Public Schools. According to the Indianapolis school system biography, Ferebee has a strong…

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…

By: Davis Kennedy
Mayor Muriel Bowser recently announced, thanks to a projection of continued substantial growth in the number of students, her plans to invest $1.6 billion in continued renovation and modernization of schools over the next six years. So…

By: Meghan Sorensen
In 2014, a new form of transportation was proposed that would link Rosslyn to Georgetown. Given that Metro currently does not facilitate access to Georgetown, the District Department of Transportation suggested a gondola installation to bridge Virginia…

By: Davis Kennedy
Troy A. LeMaile-Stovall, the chief operating officer at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC), told the local advisory neighborhood commission that the university hopes to purchase the building at 4250 Connecticut Ave.
UDC has a…

By: Davis Kennedy
Last June, 68.5% of the students who entered public high schools four years earlier graduated, according to the Office of the State Superintendent of Education. This is down from 72.4% the previous year and from 69.2% in…

By: Amanda Menas
Ruth Wattenberg defeated Dora Currea for the Ward 3 Board of Education race by collecting 70 percent of the vote, meaning she will continue to work for residents for a second term on the board in addition…

By: Orrin Konheim
Will Christian, a reservist Lieutenant Commander for the Navy, has been an elite runner since high school. In Fall 2000, he was named to Washington Post’s All-Met team from Great Mills High School after breaking the state…

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