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Cut Cables at 31st St. Bridge Affect Verizon Customers

Georgetown gets a one-two utility punch: last week it was Verizon phone, TV and internet service and today it's Pepco electrical service.

Council Recommends Expulsion of Jack Evans

The Council of the District of Columbia met Dec. 3 and recommended the expulsion of its Ward 2 member Jack Evans because of ethics...

‘Glow’ to Light Up Georgetown on Dec. 6

Running through Jan. 5, the light-art exhibition begins on Friday with the Grace Street Collective Holiday Party, offering s’mores, music and a pig roast from 4 to 8:30 p.m.

ANC Monday: Ellington Field, Ginkgos, Washington Harbour Flood Wall

On tonight's agenda: Consideration of the Proposed Removal of Ginkgo Trees on the 1300 Block of 27th Street NW and the 1600 Block of Avon Place NW.

At Thankgiving, All Is Quiet on the Evans Front

Another Council meeting with Evans is scheduled for December. Meantime, a majority of the Council has proposed that Evans resign, but the Council has not so far moved or indicated that it might oust him.

Community Calendar:  Thanksgiving Help; ANC, OGB Next Week

On Thursday, volunteers are needed to help with the M Street Thanksgiving brunch for the homeless and less fortunate from 6 to 11 a.m.

ANC 2E: Commercial Revitalization, Old Stone House, ‘Glow’

At tonight's meeting, National Park Service representatives will share plans for improvements to the garden at the Old Stone House on M Street.

Stay Scary. Go, Nats!

Halloween in Georgetown is always something of a show. At the same time, the Washington Nationals are still in the World Series. In the neighborhood, house...

Condos to Force Out Gypsy Sally’s, Other Businesses

The planned 49-unit condo complex at 3401 K (Water) St. NW will convert the existing structure and add five stories, with a parking garage beneath, as well as a penthouse and a pool. 

120 Witnesses Testify Passionately About Jelleff Field

Among the speakers at the Oct. 21 roundtable, convened by the District Council Committee on Recreation and Youth Affairs, were students from Hardy Middle School and Maret School.