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Basketball Only? What Do Georgetowners Really Want at Jelleff?

Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E recently organized a 10-question online survey for distribution to Jelleff Recreation Center stakeholders.

‘Town Crier’ Ray Kukulski Has Died

Kukulski collapsed suddenly at Sibley Hospital last Thursday, Jan. 10, apparently of an aneurysm or a brain hemorrhage. He had recently turned 77.

‘Snurlough’ Delights Most in D.C.

Have some cool shots of Georgetown in the snow? Email editorial@georgetowner.com with the subject line "Snow." Your photo just might get added. 

Mayor’s Agent Approves Partial Demolition of Heating Plant

The decision removes an obstacle to the developer’s controversial plan to build a high-end condominium building designed by architect David Adjaye overlooking a park designed by landscape architect Laurie Olin.

Oldest Synagogue Building Moves to New D.C. Site (photos)

Before becoming a museum, the building served as an African American church, a Greek Orthodox church, various eateries, a barbershop, a bicycle store and a dental practice.

M St. Right-on-Red May Be Banned

A resolution to support a District proposal to ban drivers from making a right turn onto M Street at the red light at northbound 29th Street was turned down by ANC 2E.

ANC Jan. 2: Parking, Right on Red, Car Barn, Exorcist Steps

Among other topics: Consideration of a Resolution Regarding the District Department of Transportation’s Proposal to Ban Turns on Red at the Intersection of 29th Street, M Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW.

Burleith House Decorating Contest Adds ‘People’s Choice’

Burleith Citizens Association members can email burleithevents@gmail.com to tell the judges which decorated home they love best.

Georgetown Gondolas: They’re Baaack!

Everything changed when Amazon’s Jeff Bezos announced that the mega-retailer’s massive East Coast headquarters would be divided between a site in Queens and a site in Arlington County.

Mayor Names Indianapolis Schools Head D.C. Chancellor 

Lewis D. Ferebee has been serving as Indianapolis superintendent since September of 2013. Following confirmation by the District Council, he is expected to begin work as DCPS chancellor on Jan. 31.