Mayor’s Agent Approves Partial Demolition of Heating Plant

The decision removes an obstacle to the developer’s controversial plan to build a high-end condominium building designed by architect David Adjaye overlooking a park designed by landscape architect Laurie Olin.

Clyde’s CEO John Laytham Dies at 74

Laytham, who passed away at Washington Hospital Center on Jan. 3, had been ailing for some time with a long-standing heart condition.

Wawa Opens in Georgetown

President, CEO and "Lead Goose" Chris Gheysens commented on his and everyone's excitement, noting that the store is "not your typical Wawa." 

J.Paul’s to Close by Year-End

The classic saloon, which opened in 1982, was the flagship of restaurateur Paul Cohn, who launched other eateries in the 1980s.

G.U. Professor on Leave After Hateful Tweet

In a tweet during the Brett Kavanaugh hearings, C. Christine Fair, an associate professor at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, celebrated the imaginary deaths of Republican senators.

Initiative 77 Pros, Cons Face D.C. Council

Today is the day! Monday, Sept 17, the proponents and opponents of Initiative #77 — the so-called Fair Wage Act — face off in...

Obama, Biden Do Lunch at Dog Tag Bakery

The casually dressed duo greeted some of the Dog Tag fellows, who are learning about baking and cooking and how to run a business at the nonprofit bakery.

30th St. Resurfacing Begins Aug. 6

A major paving project will take place from Aug. 6 to 11 on 30th Street NW between K and P Streets. Expect disruptions in traffic and parking.

Baseball Fever Sweeps D.C.

Leading up to tomorrow's All-Star Game: a lineup of events at the stadium, the convention center, bars and restaurants, even the Library of Congress.

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.