In D.C., Bowser Wins; Progressives, Too

June 23, 2022

The center held, more or less, as Mayor Muriel Bowser won the Democratic nomination and a chance to have a third term — besting her opponent Robert White by 10,000 […]

It’s Primary Election Day — You Have Until 8 p.m. to Vote

June 21, 2022

It’s June 21 and in Washington, D.C., that means it’s primary election day for the 2022 midterm elections. Many Georgetown residents whose mailboxes and home entrances have been inundated by […]

D.C. Approves $309 Million to Replace 75,000 Streetlight Bulbs

February 7, 2022

The D.C. Council last week green-lighted $309 million dollars to be spent over the next two years on light bulbs. Not just any light bulbs, of course, but LED light bulbs, as […]

Ward 2 to Expand Under Redistricting Plans

November 22, 2021

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 […]

D.C. to Loosen COVID Restrictions May 1

April 5, 2021

Here is a rundown of activities that will be allowed to reopen or dial up in the District beginning on May 1, according to Mayor Muriel Bowser and DC Health.

D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham Resigns

November 25, 2020

Newsham, who has served as MPD chief since 2017, joined the department in 1989, moving up the ranks in various jobs, including that of commander of the Second District.

D.C.’s 2021 Budget: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 

July 15, 2020

A new tax on advertising approved by the District Council will add injury to insult for small local newspapers and other media outlets.