In The Georgetowner’s next print issue, you can read up on the global and local impact of climate change and learn what you can do to live more sustainably.
An activist group’s version of the Easter bunny was busy the night before Easter Sunday hiding more than 3,000 eggs around D.C.
On tonight’s agenda: Consideration of a Resolution Regarding a Proposed Speed Limit Change in Georgetown’s Commercial District.
The big news is: after three months of excavation, construction and reconstruction, pallets of sod are being laid on the north park acreage for a ball field and park along P Street.
As the nation has expanded and transformed, Georgetown has adapted to hardships and flourished. And in many fascinating ways, the city’s earlier experiences have paralleled our own.
Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E is like the city council of Georgetown, Burleith and Hillandale. Eight elected commissioners, representing designated sections of the area, meet monthly, providing a forum for community […]
On the agenda: Consideration of a Resolution Supporting Georgetown Lutheran Church’s Grant Application to the D.C. Preservation League.
The market boasts new vendors, enthusiastic young volunteers — including teenagers who are maintaining the market’s Instagram and Facebook accounts — and a community-friendly configuration.
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!
A few businesses remain open on M Street, such as Thunder Burger (takeout and delivery only), Moby Dick, America Eats (meals for the needy) and even Georgetown Tobacco.