Crime Report: Kidnapping, Robberies, 2 GU Incidents

May 2, 2022

Minus a few cold spells, the weather around the District is warming up so expect the crime rate to rise as well. Over the last week, crime has mostly consisted […]

Loving Mother Earth at Volta Park

April 25, 2022

For Earth Day, the Citizens Association of Georgetown began the Orthodox Easter morning with a neighborhood clean-up and scavenger hunt, partnered with Georgetown University, on April 24.  With earth-loving booths […]

With the Rise of NFTs, How Is the Art World Changing?

April 15, 2022

While the modern art world is naturally one of upheaval, the meteoric rise of Non-Fungible Tokens or NFTs in the past pandemic year has left many wondering how new digital […]

Silver Cities: On Staying Relevant

April 4, 2022

Last month March 23, Madeleine Albright, the first woman U.S. Secretary of State (1997-2001) passed away. She epitomized the American dream – coming to the United States with her family […]

Georgetown Mourns, Memorializes Madeleine Albright (1937-2022)

March 24, 2022

The death from cancer on March 23 of Madeleine K. Albright (1937-2022) – the first woman U.S. Secretary of State – marks a time now for celebrating the life of […]

Crime Report: 5 Serious GU Incidents and One Fatal Hit-and-Run

March 21, 2022

Property theft and stolen auto were low compared to previous months. Traditionally, crime will rise with the temperature so stay aware of your surroundings as the weather turns warmer. Below […]

Mask Mandates Dropped for D.C. Schools Starting Wednesday

March 14, 2022

On Wednesday, March 16, the District’s public school system will no longer require students and staff to wear masks indoors, DC Schools Chancellor Lewis D. Ferebee announced over the weekend. […]

Crime Report, Feb. 22: Armed Robberies Up

February 22, 2022

Last Saturday, a homicide arrest was made for an incident that occurred on Jan. 27 in the 4400 block of Connecticut Avenue NW. The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) responded to […]

Mapping Georgetown: A Valentine’s Day Heart-Melter

February 14, 2022

You hold a special place in my heart and I’ll be forever grateful. ~ Cara Bien She had me at “Dear Georgetown”! This love story will bring you to tears. We’re […]

Knowing and Celebrating Georgetown’s Black History  

February 9, 2022

Thirty years ago, The Georgetowner hosted a reception for a book that helped the town rediscover part of its past. “Black Georgetown Remembered” is now a classic of Black history […]