Black Georgetown’s Lisa Fager Thanks Community

June 26, 2023

The following message is from Lisa Fager, Executive Director of Black Georgetown Foundation: I hope this email finds you well. I am writing to express my deepest gratitude for your […]

Trump’s Most Recent Indictment: ‘Two-Tiered’ Justice Indeed

June 15, 2023

On the anniversary of D-Day, June 6, the nation’s 45th president and Commander-in-Chief Donald J. Trump was charged by federal prosecutors with 37 felonies, including 31 counts under the Espionage […]

Opinion: Save the G2, D2 and D6  

June 14, 2023

By Chris Murphy The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) recently announced its proposed “Visionary Network” of new Metrobus routes which may impact your access to Georgetown via public transit. They can be […]

Editorial: Georgetown Old & New, Restaurant & Retail Resilience

If there’s anything Georgetown, the oldest neighborhood in the nation’s capital, knows how to do is re-invent itself, partially every now and then. Today, the resilient town is undergoing a […]

Editorial: When Will PNC Bank’s Iconic Gold Dome Be Refurbished? 

June 12, 2023

“Spring Cleaning Should Be for Everyone,” we editorialized last month, praising the Georgetown BID’s various efforts to spruce up Georgetown’s commercial district by removing graffiti, repairing sidewalks, mounting flower baskets, […]

Editorial: Help! Bring Back Downtown.  

May 15, 2023

In January, Mayor Muriel Bowser and then-Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development John Falcicchio presented “DC’s Comeback Plan” to business and non-profit leaders amid much fanfare. It all sounded […]

New D.C. Law to Change Pot Shop Rules

By Topher Mathews There’s a sea change on the horizon for how Washingtonians purchase marijuana, if they so choose. And that change is likely to be quite visible to all, […]

Editorial: Georgetown’s Spring Cleaning Should Be for Everyone 

May 11, 2023

As May flowers bloom, signs of spring cleaning abound in Georgetown.   The Georgetown Business Improvement District is painting light poles, power-washing sidewalks, hanging flower baskets and calling for volunteers to […]

Editorial: Let’s Take Positive Steps This Earth Day, April 22 

April 20, 2023

Our April, 2023 print edition lead editorial concerning Earth Day:  April 22 marks Earth Day, dedicated to celebrating, protecting and restoring our natural environment here on our life-rich planet, so […]

Opinion: What to Make of the Trump Indictment

April 3, 2023

Tomorrow, the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, is scheduled to be arraigned in the Manhattan Criminal Court building near Chinatown following indictment on multiple criminal counts […]