Mayor Ends D.C.’s ‘Public Health Emergency’ While Retaining Emergency Powers

July 26, 2021

At 4:06 p.m. on Saturday July 24, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser took to Twitter to proclaim an end to the District’s coronavirus “public health emergency.” To allow for a “nimble” […]

Body Recovered From the C&O Canal

July 23, 2021

A body was pulled out of the C&O Canal between 33rd and 34th Streets NW late Friday afternoon. Metropolitan Police Department investigators were on the scene with a tent on […]

Bizarre Crash on M St. Injures at Least 3 Pedestrians, One Critically  

July 22, 2021

At least three people were reported injured — one critically — on M and 29th Streets NW in Georgetown after being reportedly struck by a car at approximately 11 a.m. […]

Car Found on Water St. Involved in Shooting Outside Nats Park

July 21, 2021

One of the automobiles involved in the Saturday night shooting, which wounded three persons outside Nationals Park July 17 on South Capitol Street, was recovered in Georgetown July 19. The […]

‘A Mighty Woman With a Torch’: Bastille Day at French Ambassador’s Residence

July 15, 2021

It could not be more fitting for the Embassy of France to unveil a beautiful miniature replica of the Statue of Liberty which will greet visitors as they enter the […]

At Last, Georgetown Canal Boat Is Home

July 12, 2021

Over the weekend, a precious shipment arrived near Fletcher’s Boathouse at the C&O Canal and Canal Road. Two halves of the canal boat –– a contemporary take on a historic […]

C&O Canal Boat to Arrive Sunday (We Hope)

July 8, 2021

“We are hopeful the boat will arrive in Georgetown on Sunday,” Georgetown Heritage Board Chair Jennifer Romm told The Georgetowner today. The arrival is the long-anticipated C&O Canal Boat is […]

Now Online: D.C.’s Parking Permit System

July 6, 2021

Parking headaches? Here’s some relief. Residents in need of parking spaces for their guests and workers will now have streamlined systems on hand, according to the District’s Department of Transportation. […]

Georgetown Parking Myths: The Never-Ending Story

June 20, 2021

The Georgetowner’s June 16 article — “Busting Myths About Georgetown Parking”  — generated numerous calls and responses from the residents of Georgetown. Concerns about parking in D.C.’s oldest neighborhood are almost […]

D.C. Commits $250 Million to Create Careers, Support Workers in D.C.

June 14, 2021

More than $250 million dollars has been committed by Mayor Muriel Bowser in her “Fair Shot” fiscal 2022 budget to attract new business and to help recovering D.C. businesses and […]