The loosening does not include bars, nightclubs or large entertainment and sports venues, however, which will be allowed to operate only at 50-percent capacity.
A four-month amnesty program offering drivers the opportunity to pay outstanding tickets issued before Sept. 30, 2021, will run from June 1 to Sept. 30.
With repairs to Locks 3 and 4 completed in 2019 and the canal wall near Grace Street and Wisconsin Avenue stabilized, it’s almost time for the water to flow.
Downtowner updates for April and May D.C. Man Shot and Killed by Police A Metropolitan Police Department officer fatally shot Terrance Maurice Parker, 36, a Black man, last Friday night. […]
Here are a few rewarding ways to spend Earth Day, April 22, organized by museums and others in Washington, D.C.
Although not confirmed by Whole Foods, rumors are flying that its store at 2323 Wisconsin Ave. NW will open before Memorial Day.
The District welcomed its newest national monument on Friday, April 16, with a solemn ceremony and a flag raising.
Two hopeful openings suggest that Georgetown’s retail and restaurant sector is about to make a post-pandemic comeback.
On April 10, a mini parade of painted vehicles passed in front of the National Archives building on its way to visit all eight wards of Washington, D.C.
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.