The 7-Eleven convenience store at 2617 P St. NW was closed for three hours on Saturday afternoon, July 6. Two envelopes received by U.S. Mail appeared to be leaking a powdery substance.
Public festivities got underway at the National Archives with a ceremonial reading of the Declaration of Independence by our Founding Fathers (and Mothers).
Amid the questioning at the July 2 administrative meeting, Council members Charles Allen and David Grosso affirmed they want Evans to lose his chairmanship of the Finance committee.
The latest neighborhood business news: Eton Court storefront units up for auction, DSW and the North Face closures and a new newspaper, Northwest Courier.
One of the New Business items on tonight's agenda is a resolution regarding the contract for use of the main playing field at the Jelleff Recreation Center.
The game, with some interruption, dates back to 1909, when William Howard Taft was president. With the win, the Democrats evened the series at 42-42 with one tie.
Coming soon to Georgetown (pending some approvals) are: Call Your Mother, La Jolie Bleue, L.A. Burdick and Cafe Milano's new deck.
This year's game, held on June 19 at Watkins Recreation Center on Capitol Hill, raised $358,000 for the Young Survival Coalition to assist young adults affected by breast cancer.
The raid occurred the day after it was revealed that Evans said he violated ethics rules in relation to his chairmanship of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority board and was resigning from it.
Magician David Copperfield presented one of his patented illusions at a naturalization ceremony at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History on Flag Day, Friday, June 14.