Weekend Round Up, May 12 – 15
With the unofficial start of summer nearly upon us, there are so many exciting options this weekend. Enjoy parades, art exhibit openings, book and film festivals and so much more. […]
COVID Testing at Firehouses Expands; Phase 2 Decision Later This Week
Beginning today, June 15, the District is offering free COVID-19 testing at four firehouses, Monday to Saturday. The firehouse testing sites are walk-up and no appointment is needed.
Fire Closes Wolfgang Puck’s Cut at the Rosewood Until December
The Oct. 10 fire, due to a mechanical failure, was confined to the kitchen, but affected the ducts of the building at 1050 31st St. NW, next to the C&O Canal. No one was injured.
2-Alarm Fire at Wingo’s Shuts Down Wisconsin & O
A dramatic response to a kitchen fire that began at Wingo’s eatery at 3207 O St. NW and jumped to the English Rose Garden florist next door blocked streets around […]
14 Rescued on Potomac at Georgetown Waterfront
Rough waves on the Potomac River overturned two boats around 4 p.m. March 14: a rowing scull and an accompanying skiff from the Bishop O’Connell High School girls rowing team.
Taste of Georgetown Gets a Beautiful Sunday
More than 30 restaurants offered samples of their fare at the Georgetown waterfront, all benefiting the Georgetown Ministry Center, created to help the homeless.
Georgetown Gathers on Healy Lawn
The Sept. 16 activities included music, free burgers and hot dogs, a moon bounce, photos with the G.U. mascot Jack the Bulldog, face painting and fingerprinting by the Metropolitan Police Department (in a good way).
2 Dead From Jumping in Potomac River Near Key Bridge
Two adult males went into the river from the Aqueduct Bridge ruins on Sunday evening. One did not make it out alive; the other died at the hospital.