Among the preliminary ideas is to convert Hardy Middle School at 1819 35th St. NW into a public high school.
Early voting venues in D.C. opened on Tuesday, Oct. 27, with dozens of poll workers and monitors to supervise social distancing and remind voters they had to wear masks.
This year — already precedent-shattering in so many ways — will bring about changes to the way we’ve traditionally cast our ballots.
As the youngest District Council member ever elected and the first woman to represent Ward 2, Democrat Brooke Pinto, 28, is off to a running start.
With Brooke Pinto and Patrick Kennedy tied, and many mail-in ballots to be counted, the winner of the Democratic primary for Ward 2’s District Council seat might not be known for a week.
All but one of the Democratic candidates signed on to the Fair Elections Program — a voluntary process that provides base amounts and matching funds for those who pledge to only accept small donations.
D.C. is coming back to life this post-Memorial Day week. Plan to shop at the Rose Park farmers market and don’t forget to vote!
On Jan. 15, close to 200 residents met with city officials from the Departments of Parks and Recreation, DC Public Schools and the Department of General Services about the field’s future.
The Department of Parks and Recreation has scheduled a meeting at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library to discuss potential uses of the field, located between 39th Street and River Road NW.
Many Georgetown residents see the planned renovation of the building as the one chance in decades to provide space for community programs ranging from yoga to computer classes.