Georgetown Public Library Will Hold Book Sale Nov. 6

October 14, 2021

A large collection of especially beautiful donated books in good condition will be offered at the Georgetown Public Library book sale on Saturday, Nov. 6 for around $2 a book, according to Georgetown Library Friends President Joe […]

Police Host Coffee Chat and K-9 Storybook Time

October 7, 2021

  More than a dozen small children and their parents gathered around Officer A. Rodriguez, a 26-year veteran Metropolitan Police Officer, in Rose Park Wednesday afternoon and listened to her […]

French Market Brings Out the Weekend Crowds

October 4, 2021

Georgetown shops, eateries and the temporarily expanded sidewalks along Wisconsin Avenue from N St up to Book Hill on Reservoir Road NW, were filled Friday through Sunday, Oct. 1 to […]

Covering Hot News on the Hill a Waiting Game

October 1, 2021

  Congressional reporters inside the U.S. Capitol Thursday evening were excited as Sept. 30 wound down. In the next few hours, the hottest news in the nation was scheduled to […]

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Varsity Blues Mom, G.U. Tennis Coach Get Prison Time

September 27, 2021

Former Georgetown University head tennis coach Gordon Ernst, 54, and Elizabeth Kimmel, 57. a mother of a Georgetown University student athlete applicant, are going to prison after pleading guilty in […]

Old Stone House Reopens, Garden Renewed

September 20, 2021

There was historic activity at Georgetown’s Old Stone House at 3051 M St. NW — the oldest house, dating from about 1762, on its original foundation in Washington, D.C. and […]

Silver City: Seniors, the Happiest Demographic

September 9, 2021

September 12 is National Grandparents Day, the first Sunday after Labor Day, an official national holiday signed by President Carter in 1978. It’s not widely celebrated. While grandparents are appreciated, […]

ANC Resolved About Widened and Cemented Sidewalks

September 7, 2021

Before a historic number of online participants – 140 – the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission on Aug.  30 amid a packed agenda, spent a good proportion of the time on […]

Proposed Bike Lanes, N Street One-Way Animate ANC Meeting

September 2, 2021

Two informal proposals to install marked contra-traffic-flow bike lanes on busy residential Georgetown streets intersecting Wisconsin Avenue produced animated conversation during and after the Aug. 30 meeting of the Georgetown/Burleith […]

First Day Fully Open for ‘Full-Up’ Hyde-Addison School

August 30, 2021

D.C. Public Schools opened fully to all students today, Aug. 30, and the atmosphere appeared to be – subdued excitement.  At least at Georgetown’s only public elementary school, Hyde-Addison. “The […]