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Thinking Spring, Thanks to Potomac Phil

The seventh annual Groundhog Day in Washington, D.C., was one of the coldest in recent memory, but the festive event went on, complete with...

Evans Optimistic on Metro Funding

“We’ve never had a better opportunity, been so close to the solution,” Evans said happily at the annual Winter Glogg party of the Burleith Citizens Association.

Derailment Underscores Case for Funding

Last week, on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Metro experienced another derailment, this time on the Red Line at the Farragut North station. More...

Getting a Handle on Dockless Bikes

Last year, five dockless bike-share companies, each with its own colorful fleet of bikes, rolled out their products onto the streets of Washington, D.C....

Getting to Yes on Metro

Carol Inman Glover was a mother of two and a grandmother of three. Like thousands of people in the D.C. region, she used Metro...

Looking Out for One Another

The annual Salvation Army and Safeway Feast of Sharing is the official kickoff of the holiday season in the District. What a wonderful and...

Making a Difference in Ward 2

Fall is now fully upon us. Soon we’ll start to notice leaves changing colors. This season is one of my favorite times of year,...

Dogs, Bikes and Nats

Last week, the District Council wasted no time in addressing a citywide issue that affects dog owners and restaurateurs alike. On Tuesday, Oct. 3,...

Jack Evans Report

If you’re a District resident and you’ve noticed more noise from airplanes, you’re not alone. In 2016, there were 36,653 noise complaints made to...

Jack Evans Report

While most of us are enjoying the beginning of a beautiful fall, for Metrorail, in the words of Jon Snow from “Game of Thrones”:...