D.C. Fire Dept. Celebrates 150 Years of Service with Historic Parade (photos)

May 16, 2022

The District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department celebrated its 150th Anniversary with a historic parade down Constitution Avenue in Washington D.C. on Saturday, May 14. It was […]

On the Scene: May 14 Rally for Abortion Rights in D.C. (photos)

May 15, 2022

Thousands demonstrated around the country in support of abortion rights on Saturday, May 14, following a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion indicating that Roe v. Wade, the 1973 landmark law […]

Exclusive Interview: Robert White, Top Rival to Mayor Muriel Bowser  

May 13, 2022

As Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) seeks to become the first woman elected to a third term in office this fall as the District’s chief executive, her top rival in the […]

‘We Want Change’: Nurses March in D.C. for Better Working Conditions (photos)

May 12, 2022

“Save one life, you’re a hero. Save 100 lives, you’re a nurse.” In what was dubbed the “National Nurses March,” thousands of registered nurses from across the country rallied in […]

New High School, Literacy Program News Popping in Georgetown


Breaking news about a new high school for Georgetown students on MacArthur Boulevard to open August 2023, and a new District training program to train teachers in the latest “how […]

Citizens’ Annual Meeting: Bowser Q&A, Members Honored 

May 11, 2022

A vigorous annual meeting of the Citizens Association of Georgetown at Dumbarton House on May 3 featured a good hour-long earnest face-to-face town-meeting-style Q&A with Mayor Muriel Bowser and another […]

ANC 2E Highlights: Smoke Shop Raid; Starr Restaurant Due Late 2023 


The Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission — ANC 2E — held its monthly meeting remotely on Monday, May 2. The following are selected highlights.   Police Update    Metropolitan Police Department representative, Sgt. […]

News Bytes: Jack Evans, Canal Boat, Heating Plant


Canal Boat Christened; Tours Begin  The C&O Canal boat was officially launched April 28, and public tours have begun. The new 80-foot-long boat was christened by Mayor Muriel Bowser (who […]

What’s the Latest on Streateries and Sidewalks? 

May 10, 2022

As the warmth of spring returns, many Georgetowners are emerging from hibernation to window shop along bustling sidewalks and enjoy outdoor dining. So, what’s the latest news on the streateries […]

7-Eleven on P St. to Close May 15  

May 9, 2022

Well, there’s no thank heaven, and soon there’ll be no 7-Eleven in Georgetown. The 7-Eleven convenience store at 2617 P St. NW — a favorite of residents, visitors and cops […]