July News: FBI, Skye and More

July 28, 2017

Now that we’re in the peak of summer, please be mindful of the heat in the coming days. Temperatures are expected to stay in the mid- to upper 90s. Check […]

Wider Sidewalks Not a Walk in the Park


The Georgetown Business Improvement District’s effort to widen pedestrian walking zones on the north side of M Street between Wisconsin Avenue and Key Bridge is coming under increased scrutiny. It’s […]

Harvey Looks Ahead to Georgetown Main Street Program

July 27, 2017

The parts of District government that Georgetowners interact with most often are public safety and utilities. But the District’s Department of Small and Local Business Development is working to change […]

Changes to Circulator Route Opposed


The future of the distinct red Circulator buses running up and down Wisconsin Avenue north of M Street is in question. Metro and the District Department of Transportation are taking […]

Meridian Welcomes White House’s Rickie Niceta


“It’s nice to be at a party I didn’t have to plan,” said Rickie Niceta, President Donald Trump’s social secretary, to other social secretaries and guests at a party in […]

How to: Build It in D.C.


The Build It in D.C. conference — a one-stop-shop to connect with D.C. government decision makers, get access to permitting and regulatory information and learn from industry leaders— was held […]

6,000 Reported Gas Leaks, Now What?

July 26, 2017

First he reported how Washington Gas would reserve blocks of parking spaces in tight Georgetown residential areas with no sign of work. Then it was masked gas men in the […]

A Loss in the Family: Jim Vance

July 24, 2017

The longest serving broadcaster in the D.C. area succumbed to cancer last Saturday.

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 […]