Already the city projects a new air of relief, freedom and better days. On Friday, June 11, the City of Washington, D.C. will allow all large entertainment venues and nightclubs […]
It was another clear sign that life was returning back to normal following the lifting of COVID protocols. Many top men and women professional and amateur cyclists assembled in Crystal […]
Timing. Team work. Training. It all worked on May 15, when a Four Seasons Hotel guest from New Jersey went into cardiac arrest and stopped breathing. Four trained hotel employees immediately reacted […]
On with the dance! let joy be unconfin’d;No sleep till morn, when Youth and Pleasure meetTo chase the Glowing Hours with Flying feet ….. Lord Byron In […]
“A safe community is important in all the work we do and if people do not feel safe in their community, then we still have important work to do,” said Robert […]
Shortly after the D.C. Council voted unanimously to confirm Robert J. Contee III as Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department, the Office of the D.C. Auditor and the Council for […]
Downtowner updates for April and May D.C. Man Shot and Killed by Police A Metropolitan Police Department officer fatally shot Terrance Maurice Parker, 36, a Black man, last Friday night. […]
The peaceful march started at Black Lives Matter Plaza near the White House and culminated with a rally on the National Mall.
The District welcomed its newest national monument on Friday, April 16, with a solemn ceremony and a flag raising.
Due to a stretch of unseasonably warm temperatures, the cherry blossoms along the Tidal Basin have achieved peak bloom several days earlier than expected.