Exclusive Interview: Meet Republican Council Candidate Guiseppe Niosi
D.C.’s general election will be held Nov. 8. In Ward 2, along with incumbent Mayor Muriel Bowser (endorsed by The Georgetowner), who is considered a shoe-in over her three rivals, […]
Opinion: Caring for Our Private Spaces
We take care of our public green spaces. Why don’t we care about the private ones? The public green spaces in Georgetown are supported by a patchwork of government and […]
Non-citizen Voting in D.C. Includes Unauthorized Migrants Here 30 Days
The final approval on Oct. 19 by the District Council to allow and encourage all non-citizens to vote in local elections, who have resided in the District for just 30 […]
Cars or Bikes: Right on Red?
Picture these scenarios. It’s 8 p.m. You’re stopped at the light at R Street and Wisconsin Avenue, heading east. No cars, bikes or pedestrians are in sight. You turn right […]
Vote ‘No’ on Initiative 82
The last item on your ballot is Initiative Measure No. 82 which reads: “District of Columbia Tip Credit Elimination Act of 2021.” “Under current law, employers of employees classified as […]
The Georgetowner Endorses…
The Georgetowner Endorses… While the Ward 2 election ballot may be thin, The Georgetowner shall weigh in on the Nov. 8 General Election, with mail-in ballots already arriving. Let’s deal […]
Are You Having Trouble Getting Licensed or Certified In D.C.?
SPECIAL REQUEST: Share Your Experiences Doing Business With the District’s Agencies: DCRA, DSLBD, Office of Tax & Revenue, DOES and others: Opening up businesses in D.C. post-pandemic has been a […]
Opinion: The Coming D.C. Financial Crisis
Editor’s note: From time to time The Georgetowner selects to run guest columns on issues of concern to our readers. We have decided to run this opinion piece by Jack […]
Not on a Whim, Woman Catholic Priest Celebrates Momentous Georgetown Mass
The Roman Catholic Church wears its age well — and yet, after 2,000 years, is still developing new features, still growing into its body. Perhaps, for world religions, 2,000 years […]
Are We Normalizing Crime?
As we began to write this editorial, we noticed lots of commentary on the growing persistence of crime, close to home and across the nation. We noted the tragic loss […]