Though the day was 90-something degrees, many went on to enjoy lemonade, watermelon and hot dogs on Sherier Place, where the mayor cut the ribbon to open the new Palisades Recreation Center.
Jack Evans, the District of Columbia’s Ward 2 Council member, has been in office for more than a quarter of a century, since 1991. He is the longest serving Council […]
The Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation and Halcyon are requesting zoning exceptions to permit nonprofit use of residential buildings in Georgetown.
There is a full agenda for the ANC’s “May” meeting, held on the last day of April, including consideration of a resolution on DCRA’s new food truck regulations.
On the April agenda: an update from MedStar Georgetown University Hospital Regarding Georgetown University’s Central Utility Plant Project.
Mayor Muriel Bowser declared the District’s commitment on March 15, in the first moments of her State of the District address at the University of the District of Columbia.
By Peggy Sands and Robert Devaney The Next Big Thing: Stormwater Retention The biggest project coming down the pike — or perhaps the drain — in Georgetown isn’t new traffic […]
“We’ve never had a better opportunity, been so close to the solution,” Evans said happily at the annual Winter Glogg party of the Burleith Citizens Association.
As the D.C. area dives into August, all of us look forward to taking our summer vacations, either to the beach or to somewhere else beyond the Beltway. The District […]
With barely any time to enjoy the pleasant spring weather, summer has come roaring back to the District — and, with it, 90-degree temperatures and thick, humid air. This is […]