GBA Touts Georgetown Main Street Proposal

July 20, 2017

Attendees at the Georgetown Business Association’s July 19 networking reception rallied around the neighborhood’s pitch for a Main Street program.

Women’s March Passes Through Georgetown

July 17, 2017

At the end of a 17-mile trek that began in front of NRA headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia, about 100 marchers reached the Department of Justice on the evening of July 14.

Georgetown Gas Saga Continues

The saga continues. Last month, The Georgetowner reported the disconcerting story of longtime Georgetown resident Edward Segal and the Masked Men of the Gas Company. The masked, hooded and helmeted workers with oxygen […]

Ambassador: Afghan Dream, American Dream, No Different

The education of children was at the center of a talk by Afghanistan Ambassador Hamdullah Mohib at a Sister Cities luncheon at the City Club July 14 — the day […]

Traffic Advisory: Women’s March Through M Street Today

July 14, 2017

The Metropolitan Police Department and the Department of Transportation would like to inform the public of street closures in conjunction with Women’s March NRA2DOJ, scheduled for Friday, July 14. The march […]

BCBG Max Azria to Close Its M Street Doors

July 13, 2017

The store is one of many closing as part of the company’s restructuring, shift to online sales and likely buyout.

Appalachian Spring Bids Georgetown Farewell

July 12, 2017

During the winter holiday season, walking past the Appalachian Spring store in Georgetown could be a joy. The storefront at 1415 Wisconsin Avenue would display Christmas tree ornaments in a […]

Wawa Gets Mixed Reception in Georgetown

The proposed Wawa “urban concept” at 1222 Wisconsin Avenue, currently occupied by Restoration Hardware, got a mixed reception at the June 29 ANC meeting. On hand were Wawa’s Susan Bratton, […]

Bike Lanes on K, Water Streets Questioned

A proposal to install protected bike lanes on K and Water Streets — as well as on part of Wisconsin Avenue — was met by different degrees of concern at […]

Jackson Art Center Hits Another Bump

There’s good news and there’s maybe bad news about the Jackson Art Center’s proposed 20-year lease renewal. The nonprofit artists’ collective has occupied the historic Jackson School building at 3050 […]