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Wawa? Remember Roy Rogers?

How shallow is the debate about Wawa coming to Georgetown, replacing Restoration Hardware? After all, this was the site of a fast food restaurant...

Letters To the Editor: Rent Requirements Rough on Retailers in Georgetown

I am very pleased to see the approach and concerns of and for our magnificent town. I absolutely agree with the the assessment and...

July News: FBI, Skye and More

Now that we’re in the peak of summer, please be mindful of the heat in the coming days. Temperatures are expected to stay in...

Rents Too High? Get Creative.

Georgetown is more than 260 years old and internationally recognized. No matter where you travel, when you say you live in Georgetown, everyone recognizes...

Jack Evans Report

The Ward 2 Council member comments on cooling centers, the FBI headquarters, waste compactor grants and Distinguished Young Women of America winner Skye Bork.

Growing Up with Summer Reading

Ahead of The Georgetowner's Summer Reading issue, appearing this week, a young writer describes what books have meant — and mean — to her.

Rents Too High?

Landlords often speak publicly, mostly about properties they’re promoting or in favor of a proposed development. Ask them to give details or name names,...

Riveting ‘Road to Camelot’

Tom Oliphant is a universally respected, admired and well-liked reporter — easy to talk to and full of information, insight and anecdotes. Oliphant and...

Wonder Woman as Role Model

When I was a child, I had a vague sense of Wonder Woman. She had her golden lasso and was dressed in, in my...

What’s Up With Retail? Rents Too High?

Part 1: Leases, Landlords and Tenants This is the age of the receding retail presence. Across the country, storefronts are displaying vacancy signs in increasing...
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