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Chamber to Honor ‘Hometown Heroes’ at Dec. 12 Event

On Thursday, Dec. 12, the DC Chamber of Commerce will hold its Annual Board Meeting & Chairman’s Inaugural Breakfast from 8 to 10:30 a.m....

Giving Thanks for the Small Moments

Maybe, instead of tabulating what we have, we should catch up on the unexpected times that came upon us, full of shock and surprise, of the ambushes of daily life made unforgettable.          

250 Years of Reaching Out in Georgetown

Quick — do you know which church is the oldest in Georgetown still performing its pastoral mission full-time on the same property? It’s Georgetown Lutheran...

Holy Trinity Celebrates Its 225th

Oct. 6 was a joyous Sunday for Holy Trinity Parish, as it celebrated 225 years of the Catholic faith community on 36th Street NW.

The Georgetown Garden Tour at 91: Wiser and Spicier

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.

A Busy Summer Ahead for Rose Park

“I’ve got four news items for you—four!” Friends of Rose Park President Dave Dunning was filled with enthusiasm at a March 25 chat with...

ANC Monday: Towpath, Hyde-Addison, 5G, Washington Gas

At the March 4 meeting, the Georgetown Business Improvement District will give a presentation on its pilot project for the C&O Canal Towpath.

Update: Deployment of ‘Small Cells’ in Georgetown

Small cells are cellular service transmission nodes that are being proposed to make the current generation of cellular service faster and more reliable by increasing capacity of our current fourth generation — 4G — telecommunications technology.

‘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. 

D.C. Attorney General Investigating Clergy Abuse

A new portal was announced for victims to report abuse to the Office of the Attorney General. All of the allegations will be reviewed and, if needed, referred to the authorities.