Much of Georgetown has shut down, but one can still see joggers, bicyclists, parents pushing strollers, dogs being walked and plenty of construction workers.
The Georgetowner wants to hear all about the hijinks, shenanigans and adorable (deplorable?) behavior of our readers’ furry friends.
Due to the coronavirus crisis, some of the red-line requirements for grade advancement and graduation are being waived.
Bored during shutdown? Here are movie, TV, music and book picks from several Georgetowner staffers. We invite you to email your own to us at email@example.com.
If leaving their residence, all individuals must continue to social distance from others not in their household and should wear face coverings if visiting essential businesses, such as grocery stores and pharmacies.
The District is expecting a surge in COVID-19 cases over the next week or two, before the number of infections is likely to peak.
Overall, according to an April 1 report, 586 positive cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, had been recorded in the District; 91 were newly announced on Wednesday morning.
Mayor Muriel Bowser launched the application process for a new $25-million microgrant program to provide relief to local small businesses affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Living abroad, I read the news about coronavirus hysteria in the U.S. with a feeling of separation. Reports of toilet paper hoarding, fights over bread in supermarkets, withering medical supplies […]
There was a brief window for a few days early on as the flowers approached peak bloom when it was possible to capture the scene.