Whole Foods in Glover Park Will Reopen

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.

Council Approves Tax Increases, Cuts to Police

Against the mayor’s urging to hold off, the Council voted to raise an extra $63 million by increasing some business and other taxes, including a three-percent tax on all advertising.  

Sidewalk Widening Plans, Concerns in Georgetown

Can Georgetown’s brick sidewalks accommodate socially distanced diners, lines of customers, curbside pickups and drop-offs, sidewalk sales and pedestrians?

District Planner and Builder Allen Lew Dies

After overseeing the creation of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Lew took charge of the baseball conversion of RFK Stadium and the construction of Nationals Park.

D.C. Announces Bid to Host 2026 World Cup

If chosen, Washington will be one of 16 cities in the U.S., Canada and Mexico where matches will be played, in D.C.'s case at FedExField in Landover, Maryland.

Phase 2 Begins; DMV Opens Tuesday

Among other loosened restrictions, restaurants and shops may open at 50-percent capacity inside. Playgrounds and playing fields will open for casual contact sports only.

Business Ins & Outs: Officina, Ella-Rue, Hickok Cole

Chef Nicholas Stefanelli joined forces last week with Via Umbria owners Bill and Suzy Menard to open Officina Popup in the Via Umbria space at 1525 Wisconsin Ave. NW.

Tech Tip: Physical Security Matters

If someone dressed up in a utility provider’s uniform, would you let them in? That's the time to be gracefully suspicious, as they say in the South.

High Tech Georgetown: Palantir

The first thing you see at the entrance of Palantir Technologies on Thomas Jefferson Street in Georgetown is an American flag flanking a life-sized...

D.C. Sets Phase 2 Reopening: Monday, June 22

Restaurants and shops may open at half-capacity inside. Houses of worship may open at half-capacity or with a maximum of 100 persons, whichever is lower.