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Georgetown Small Businesses Hit Hard; Virus Advice

Mayor Bowser directed restaurants to shut their bar areas and make a six-foot distance between patrons. For Billy Martin of Martin's Tavern, that directive makes an already small establishment smaller.

Christ Church’s Tim Cole Recovering; Wife, Son Test Negative

Though Cole is on the mend, four parishioners have tested positive for the disease, including the church’s organist, Tom Smith.

Bowser Declares State of Emergency; D.C. Events Canceled

The District is recommending that nonessential gatherings of more than 1,000 persons, including conferences and conventions, be postponed or cancelled through March 31.

Georgetown Rector Contracts Coronavirus: D.C.’s First Case

According to Christ Church spokesman Rob Volmer, the Rev. Tim Cole fell ill shortly after attending an Episcopal conference in Louisville on Feb. 22. 

Whole Foods in Glover Park Will Reopen

The store's 2017 closure, “due to a rodent problem,” grew into a contract and remodeling dispute between building owner Wical and Whole Foods, acquired by Amazon that year.

Comprehensive Plan Amendments, Language Concern ANC

On Feb. 12, a quorum of Georgetown-Burleith advisory neighborhood commissioners lugged two thick copies to Visitation School for a two-hour-plus once-over.

D.C. Statehood Passes Committee: Now on to the House

The bill, H.R.5803, introduced by Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.), is supported by 233 sponsors, a historic high number.

4 Skeletons Found on Q St.

City Archaeologist Ruth Trocolli told The Georgetowner that the remains appear to be from the 1830s, but a forensic investigation is ongoing.

New Medical Marijuana Dispensary on U St.

On hand to welcome Capital City Care were Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.) and Council member Brianne Nadeau (D-Ward 1).

Documenting the Impeachment Trial (photos)

Our photographer sought to document the spectacle surrounding the historic impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump.