D.C. Coronavirus Update: The End May Be in Sight

March 8, 2021

The city is currently in Phase Two, meaning moderate community spread, moderate health and public health capacity and fair community engagement.

Georgetowners Find Getting Vaccination Appointments Challenging

January 25, 2021

The list of priority zip codes for distribution left out Georgetown and other parts of Ward 2 and Ward 3, including zip codes 20003 through 20009.  

Back to School (Sort of) in Georgetown

August 13, 2020

As schools in D.C. and Georgetown grapple with being fully online, fully in-person or a mix this fall, we must ask: What is best for children, teachers and staff — […]

Virtual Learning Is Here to Stay


“There’s been more experimentation with pedagogy in the last five months at Georgetown than in the last 200 years.” — Douglas Reed of Georgetown University As the nation grapples with […]

Georgetown News During the COVID-19 Constraints

July 11, 2020

Please send your coronavirus stories or comments to editorial@georgetowner.com. The Georgetowner will be updating this listing daily.

D.C. Witness: 8 More D.C. Jail Inmates Test Positive for COVID-19

May 4, 2020

Of the inmates who have contracted the coronavirus, 55 are being held in isolation, while 94 have recovered from their illnesses and returned to the jail’s general population. 

Blue Angels, Thunderbirds Fly Over D.C. for Health Care Workers (photos)

May 2, 2020

A total of 12 fighter jets, six of the Air Force’s F-16 C/D Fighting Falcons and six F-18 C/D Hornets, appeared over the Capitol building just before noon.

Slow Bustling in Georgetown

April 27, 2020

Much of Georgetown has shut down, but one can still see joggers, bicyclists, parents pushing strollers, dogs being walked and plenty of construction workers.

In Lockdown, Every Pet Is a Therapy Animal


The Georgetowner wants to hear all about the hijinks, shenanigans and adorable (deplorable?) behavior of our readers’ furry friends.

D.C. Schools to Close 3 Weeks Early

April 20, 2020

Due to the coronavirus crisis, some of the red-line requirements for grade advancement and graduation are being waived.