ANC 2E: As Miller Steps Down, Chao Steps Up

June 26, 2023

Commissioner Elizabeth Miller (ANC 2E 07), who was selected unanimously to serve as the 2022-2023 ANC 2E Chair, will step down June 30 and supports her neighbor Daniel Chao to […]

Community Grieves Desecration of Child’s Grave at Georgetown’s Oldest Black Cemetery

June 22, 2023

Just after Mt. Zion Cemetery-Female Union Band Society Cemetery held Juneteenth celebrations to commemorate the national holiday on Monday, June 19, for the liberation of the enslaved, terror struck on […]

Georgetown ANC Chair Elizabeth Miller Resigns Commission


This article has been updated. “It is with sadness that I write to tell you I will not be your ANC Commissioner after June 30,” Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner and […]

Mapping Georgetown: Cherishing St. John’s

June 20, 2023

What do Francis Scott Key, Reverand Gini Gerbasi, Ann Laporta and Katie Remedios all have in common? Their cherishing of  Georgetown’s historic St. John’s Episcopal Church at 3240 O St. […]

Crime: As Shootings Mar Holiday Weekend, Mayor Searches for New Police Chief 


Despite the Jubilation of the Father’s Day and Juneteenth weekend in the nation’s capital, gales of gun violence tore through the city as Mayor Bowser continues to search for a […]

Georgetown History Alive at Mt. Zion Cemetery on Juneteenth 

June 19, 2023

Mount Zion Cemetery-Female Union Band Society Cemetery, located at 27th Street NW and Mill Road NW, was very much alive on a most appropriate day, Juneteenth, June 19. Hundreds of […]

Business Ins & Outs: Boat House Apparel, Arcay Chocolates, Mugsy


In: Arcay Chocolates on O And you thought the chocolate fad was over. Arcay Chocolates will open next month in Georgetown at 3211 O St. NW, the former site of […]

Ward 2 Council Member Brooke Pinto Announces 2024 Re-Election Bid

June 15, 2023

Ward 2 Council member Brooke Pinto announced June 14 she will be running for re-election in 2024 to serve another four-year term representing Ward 2 on the D.C. Council where […]

Georgetown Village to Launch ‘Conversations’ Program to Honor Bill Plante

June 12, 2023

The Georgetown Village is holding its annual spring gala on Wednesday June 14 at the stunning multi-terraced Waterfront penthouse of philanthropist Nancy Taylor Bubes. They have a lot to celebrate. […]

Citizens Association Hosts Rat Patrol, Hears About GU’s Move-Out Program


By Christi Cline On May 18, the Citizens Association of Georgetown’s Public Health Committee hosted its second community meeting. The primary focus: the rats in Georgetown. A dedicated group of […]