Community Calendar: June 12-July 16

June 12, 2024

Coffee with a Cop   Tuesday, June 18     The Metropolitan Police Department and the Citizens Association of Georgetown will hold this chat and Q&A from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on […]

Crime Report: Car Break-ins, Officer-involved Shooting, Rock Creek Accident

May 20, 2024

By Mark Martinkov Car Break-in on the 3100 Block of N St.  On May 18, at approximately 11:25 p.m., two individuals were captured on video casing cars on N Street […]

Crime & Safety: River Death, Card Skimming, Sexual Assault

April 15, 2024

The following are selections from news reports and alerts from the Metropolitan Police Department on crimes and safety issues over the last two weeks. WUSA9 reported: “A woman has died […]

CAG Celebrates Block Captain Program; Community Reps Praise Organized Approach

The following report was provided, in part, by the Citizens Association of Georgetown. On April 11, the Citizens Association of Georgetown (CAG) hosted a volunteer appreciation event for its Block […]

Weekend Roundup: March 28 through March 31

March 27, 2024

We hope you take a bit of a spring break this weekend and enjoy these events around town! Remember: The National Gallery of Art’s “Mark Rothko: Paintings on Paper” ends […]

Crime Report: Suicide, Arrests for Break-ins, Illegal Handguns

March 11, 2024

Dead Body Near G.U. Campus   On March 1, a dead body was found near Georgetown University, south of the Village A apartment complex at 3773 Prospect St. NW. “The individual was […]

ANC 2E: Shootings, Carjackings, DOJ Response; Schools Improve; Sacco Departs

February 5, 2024

The February meeting of the Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC 2E), held Jan. 29, was filled with solid news, much welcomed civility and met in person for the first time […]

Jack Evans Will Not Run for Ward 2 Seat

January 16, 2024

One of the big 2024 election-year questions — at least for Georgetown and Ward 2 — has just been answered.  Jack Evans, a decades-long resident of P Street NW just a […]

Mayor’s Crime Bill, ACT Now, Seeks to Curb Violence, Retail Theft, Drug-dealing

October 23, 2023

The unrelenting increase in crime in Washington, D.C. — particularly homicides, gun violence, carjacking and mass retail robberies —  has all the usually contentious District Council and Office of the Mayor clearly […]

Citizens’ Safety Meeting: Solutions & Complaints

September 25, 2023

“Neighbors want to feel safe walking home,” said Mark Martinkov, summing up the theme of the public meeting, held by the Public Safety Committee of the Citizens Association of Georgetown […]