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Barry Freundel was freed after nearly five years' imprisonment for voyeurism and Elizabeth Henriquez, who conspired to get her daughter into Georgetown University, was sentenced to seven months.

GW Hospital Starts Drive-Through, Walk-In Testing

The District is expecting a surge in COVID-19 cases over the next week or two, before the number of infections is likely to peak.

COVID-19 Update: D.C. Deaths Hit 24; Emergency Measures Planned

Mayor Muriel Bowser and District Council Chairman Phil Mendelson discussed "tough choices," such as a hiring and pay freeze for most of D.C. government and a $600-million budget cut.

COVID Sights: Brooks Brothers Skips Town; Residents, Businesses Confront New World

A few businesses remain open on M Street, such as Thunder Burger (takeout and delivery only), Moby Dick, America Eats (meals for the needy) and even Georgetown Tobacco.

‘Wonderful News’: the Rev. Tim Cole Returns Home

The rector of Georgetown's Christ Church, the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in Washington, D.C., is back home from the hospital.

COVID-19 by the Numbers: How Bad Is It?

The number of known positive cases is growing everywhere. But the determining factors in the severity of the disease are the number and percentage of deaths.

Restaurant Survival in the Time of COVID-19

Resourceful and creative, restaurateurs define what it means to be a survivor. Having survived the 1987 stock market crash, 9/11, the burst of the...

Grace under Quarantine: Christ Church’s Tim Cole Recovering at Hospital

Cole, 59, was the first Washington, D.C., patient diagnosed with coronavirus on March 7, after being admitted with pneumonia on March 5. He has been isolated ever since.

Georgetown’s 6 p.m. Friendly Wave Makes Debut

The wave is the brainchild of Georgetown Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner Elizabeth Miller, who said: "We had 11 households on our block last night, including an accordion player, two horns and pups!"

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.