The rector of Georgetown's Christ Church, the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in Washington, D.C., is back home from the hospital.
According to Christ Church spokesman Rob Volmer, the Rev. Tim Cole fell ill shortly after attending an Episcopal conference in Louisville on Feb. 22.
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.
City Archaeologist Ruth Trocolli told The Georgetowner that the remains appear to be from the 1830s, but a forensic investigation is ongoing.
He's baaaack ... already. Just ten days after leaving his Ward 2 District Council seat that he held for almost 29 years, Jack Evans filed...
The Council of the District of Columbia met Dec. 3 and recommended the expulsion of its Ward 2 member Jack Evans because of ethics...
Neighborhood newcomer Uprising Yoga Center got people stretching, and then classic rock band the Other Side got people dancing.
The Washington Post made the sudden announcement of the demise of the Express, the commuter quick-read, on Sept. 11. Express employees have been fired.
Besides the brews and sweets provided by its partner, Peet’s Coffee, the corner spot has desks, couches, private nooks, meeting rooms and a conference table with a television and screen projector.
On Aug. 25, Rock Creek Park Superintendent Julia Washburn welcomed the crowd of more than 100 under the brightest of Sunday summer afternoons for the solemn occasion.