Shop Conscientiously in Georgetown This Small Business Saturday, Nov. 26

November 21, 2022

Want to give Georgetown commerce a boost? What could be more productive than supporting our local small businesses on Small Business Saturday this November 26? And a boost to local […]

Ward 2 Council Member Pinto Supports DCRA Split 

November 7, 2022

When does it make sense to split a major city agency in two? In the case of the dissolution of the District’s Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) into […]

News Bombshells Will Impact Georgetown Migrants, Services

October 11, 2022

Three news bombshells – two emanating from the D.C. Council and one from a federal court – will significantly impact migrants in Georgetown businesses, services and universities almost immediately. Office […]

Mapping Georgetown: Putting His Faith into Action

September 19, 2022

Born to serve? Fortunately, in our Washington D.C. community, we see so many stories of public service. But not all of them are as well known as they should be. […]

Crime & Safety: MPD, D.C. Council Step Up Despite Violence, Fatalities

August 1, 2022

In the summer heat of 2022, the nation’s capital continues to grapple with issues of traffic safety and gun violence, though the D.C. Council and Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) are […]

Exclusive Interview: Duncan Bedlion, Commander Second District, MPD   

July 13, 2022

What’s happening with crime in Georgetown? The Georgetowner interviewed Georgetown’s top cop, Duncan Bedlion, Commander of the Second District of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) to find out whether progress […]

2022 Endorsements: Bowser, Mendelson, Schwalb  

June 15, 2022

While the Ward 2 election ballot may be thin, The Georgetowner shall weigh in on the June 21 Democratic primary, with early voting and mail-in ballots already happening. Let’s deal […]

New C&O Canal Boat to Help Revitalize Georgetown   


Upon its April 28 christening to much fanfare – with Mayor Bowser presiding – Georgetown’s new C&O Canal Boat, the “Georgetown Heritage,” launched a new era of local historical and […]

City Wildlife to the Rescue

June 13, 2022

At a fancy condo building by the C&O Canal in Georgetown, everyone knows their job. Starting in early spring, the people living on the ground floor, who have enclosed courtyards, […]

News Bytes: Jack Evans, Canal Boat, Heating Plant

May 11, 2022

Canal Boat Christened; Tours Begin  The C&O Canal boat was officially launched April 28, and public tours have begun. The new 80-foot-long boat was christened by Mayor Muriel Bowser (who […]