Among other topics: Consideration of a Resolution Regarding the District Department of Transportation’s Proposal to Ban Turns on Red at the Intersection of 29th Street, M Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW.
A man whose small shopping cart contained packages that were not his was arrested on P Street in Georgetown on Dec. 23.
The naming of Georgetowners of the Year has been a tradition of The Georgetowner newspaper for decades. This year’s group, selected by the editorial...
From its perch in one of the Wharf's shining new buildings in Southwest D.C., the headquarters of Washington Gas — WGL Holdings, Inc., to...
Owner Omar Popal is emphasizing the 4,200-square-foot beer hall — in one of Georgetown’s last original warehouse spaces — and the Berliner's chef, a sausage-making whiz.
Institute for Education founders Kathy Kemper and Jim Valentine welcomed neighbors and friends of IFE to their home for their fifth annual Champagne Holiday Kick-Off on Thanksgiving Day.
Alive with people and traffic and illuminated by the light-art installations of "Glow," Georgetown is easily one of the most charming places during Christmastime for walking, shopping and dining.
According to the Metropolitan Police Department, the stabbing victim had met earlier on Nov. 28 near Howard University with two persons in a car, which found its way to Georgetown.
On the agenda: "Landmarking Application for Capital Traction Company Union Station and Part of the 36th Street NW Right-of-Way," aka the Car Barn and the Exorcist Steps.
As of Nov. 15, reported gas leaks in Georgetown’s East Side numbered 63. Some seem to be low-grade leaks from old pipes, but not all, according to Edward Segal, whose blog tracks every reported gas leak in his area.