Ward 2 to Expand Under Redistricting Plans
The District’s Ward 2, of which Georgetown is a part, will expand its eastern boundaries to include all of the Shaw neighborhood, according to a D.C. Council report released last […]
To Keep Georgetown Distinctive, Support Small Business Saturday
With so many highly commercialized holiday shopping days popping up in recent years — from Black Friday to Cyber Monday to Super Saturday — it’s easy to become a grinch. […]
ANC Resolved About Widened and Cemented Sidewalks
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 […]
Georgetown-Rosslyn Gondola Still a Possibility
The future is still possible in Georgetown. In its approved 2022 budget, the D.C. Council included $10 million for the city to purchase 3607 M St. NW — site of […]
ANC Tonight: DMV, Beer Garden, Volta Park
The Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC 2E) will hold its July meeting, 6:30 p.m., Monday, June 28, virtually — via Zoom or a conference call. The following is the agenda, […]
Building Back Better, BEST
This past Friday marked a major milestone in our recovery with the lifting of all capacity restrictions for businesses. As restaurants fill up with hungry diners, stadiums roar with cheering […]
Pinto, McDuffie Call on Mayor to Ease COVID Restrictions
District Council members Brooke Pinto and Kenyan McDuffie made an impassioned plea on behalf of their wards’ schoolchildren, families, workers and businesses.
Catching Our Breath After the Floyd Verdict
The verdict, satisfying as it was, is not the end of the story. There will be more George Floyds, more difficult conversations and much more work to be done.
Ward 2’s Pinto Reads to Kids in Rose Park
The State Board of Education partnered with the DC Public Library and local community organizations to organize the Wednesday-morning event during spring break.
Layer of Annoyance Surfaces at ANC Meeting
At the March 30 virtual meeting, even the very favored National Park Service came in for some grumpiness regarding a construction project.