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. […]

COVID-19 Infections Down at D.C. Jail as Lawsuit Continues

May 18, 2020

The inmates had claimed that the Department of Corrections was recklessly endangering prisoners’ health by not taking preventive measures to avoid infection.

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.