Many Georgetown residents see the planned renovation of the building as the one chance in decades to provide space for community programs ranging from yoga to computer classes.
The continuing gas leak problems in Georgetown will be the focus of a May 15 public hearing at the 1325 G St. NW offices of the DC Public Service Commission.
Those on the May 11 tour, organized by the Georgetown Garden Club, took in not only trees, plantings and flowers but pools, fountains, statuary and garden furniture.
This year's seven gardens, ranging from the majestic to smaller, cleverly designed spaces, will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 11, rain or shine.
In July, the Rev. Johnsie Cogman — pastor since 2011 of Mt. Zion Church on 29th Street in Georgetown — will become superintendent of...
It was a beautiful Saturday on April 27 — sunny, blue skies and in the 70s. The eight houses and gardens on the 88th...
All who attended the April 6 event agreed on two things: Ray Kukulski had been a significant presence in their lives and he would be greatly missed.
Georgetown’s Business Improvement District organization will buy the furniture, install it, plant the plants and trees and maintain them throughout the year.
Plans now include closing off 31 Street from the bridge south to South Street and north to M Street. Only residential parking will be available on the rest of 31st Street during the closure period.
The new south lawn at the historic Georgetown estate should be in place by the 27th annual Spring Garden Party on May 22.