Business Ins & Outs: Tacqueria, Cafe Ama, Starbucks & More

COMING: TACQUERIA IN DEAN & DELUCA SPACE District Bodega, a tacqueria serving fresh Mexican cuisine, is planning to move into the former D.C. home of...

News Bytes: Brassy 80th Birthday; COVID-19 & Car Meets Canal

Barry Freundel was freed after nearly five years' imprisonment for voyeurism and Elizabeth Henriquez, who conspired to get her daughter into Georgetown University, was sentenced to seven months.

Virtual ANC 2E: Recovery, Sidewalks, 3000 M, Water St.

The May meeting of the advisory neighborhood commission, on Monday, May 4, at 6:30 p.m., will be held online via Zoom. You can also join the meeting by telephone.

Volunteers on the Front Line

It’s hard to lend a helping hand from six feet away, but many Washingtonians have found ways to do so during the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

Business Ins & Outs: Founders Bank Opens, Qatar buys Hollerith House & More

IN: FOUNDERS BANK OPENS Former executives of the Bank of Georgetown — acquired by United Bank in 2016 for $269 million — opened Founders Bank...

New Plans for Former Latham Site at 3000 M

The latest proposed hotel has eight stories — and 256 rooms — above a single story of retail. Plans call for below-ground spaces of three floors.

Bowser: 53 Deaths; New Resources, Testing

On Good Friday, April 10, the mayor led a moment of silence at Gonzaga College High School for those who have succumbed to the virus.

Small Business Grant Deadline Is April 15

Supported by the District Department of Small and Local Business Development, the Bridge-The-Gap Grants are available through Georgetown Main Street.

A COVID-Positive Parent’s Morning

“Mommy? Can I please stop watching the iPad now?” My six-year-old son not so gently shakes my arm as I roll over in bed....

News Bytes: GU Parent; Georgetown Rabbi

Barry Freundel was freed after nearly five years' imprisonment for voyeurism and Elizabeth Henriquez, who conspired to get her daughter into Georgetown University, was sentenced to seven months.