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‘Boil Water Advisory’ Is Over

A loss of water pressure, which can lead to contamination, was detected at the Bryant Street pumping station. The affected area included wide swaths of Northwest and Northeast D.C. — and Georgetown.

Opponents Urge Council to Void Initiative 77

More than 250 managers, waiters, bartenders walked through the halls of the John A. Wilson District Building July 9, urging Council members to void the vote to eliminate the lower minimum wage for tipped employees.

Body Found in Potomac, July 4

The unidentified man was pronounced dead at the scene, between the Key Bridge Boathouse and the Three Sisters islands, upstream from Key Bridge along the Georgetown waterfront.

Independence Day in the Nation’s Capital (photos)

After the 3rd U.S. Infantry Fife and Drum Corps performed, Abigail and John Adams, Ben Franklin, John Hancock, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington read the Declaration of Independence aloud.

5 Killed at Annapolis Newspaper: Hitting Home

This one hurts. This one really hurts. We have almost — almost but not quite — become inured to the instances of mass shootings in...

One More Time With ‘Wonder Woman 1984’

Wisconsin Avenue and other Georgetown streets will again be closed for filming Sunday, July 1, and part of Monday, July 2. Read on for details about closures and parking restrictions, some already in effect.

2-Alarm Fire at Wingo’s Shuts Down Wisconsin & O

A dramatic response to a kitchen fire that began at Wingo's eatery at 3207 O St. NW and jumped to the English Rose Garden...

Washington Harbour to Sell for $415 Million

Global Holdings Group, an investment company with ties to a prominent Israeli family, reportedly has a contract with the current South Korean owners to buy the 562,105-square-foot Georgetown complex.

Results Are In: Bowser, Mendelson Victorious; Yes to Initiative 77

Primary election results for July 19 are in: Mayor Muriel Bowser, District Council Chair Phil Mendelson, Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, At-large Council member Anita...

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Takes Over Georgetown, D.C.

With classic cars from the 1970s and 1980s parked along P Street and Wisconsin Avenue — as well as having a nearby reconstituted Commander Salamander — Georgetown was, like ... totally '80s.