GU Cuts Budget, Holds Virtual Graduations

Georgetown University President John DeGioia said in a May 12 statement that the university can expect a shortfall of $50 million before the fall semester begins.

Office of the Mayor: Coronavirus Data for May 12

(WASHINGTON, DC) – The District’s reported data for Tuesday, May 12, 2020, includes 99 new positive coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, bringing the District’s overall positive...

D.C. Opens COVID-19 Hospital at Convention Center

Set up on the lower level, used for food service and car shows in the past, the finished rooms are ready today for around 115 patients infected with the coronavirus, if need be.

Ward 2 Candidates Q&A, Part 2

The Georgetowner asked the candidates for the Ward 2 seat on the District Council: "What impending budget cuts do you favor?" Here are their responses ...

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.

Blue Angels, Thunderbirds Fly Over D.C. for Health Care Workers (photos)

A total of 12 fighter jets, six of the Air Force's F-16 C/D Fighting Falcons and six F-18 C/D Hornets, appeared over the Capitol building just before noon.

Ward 2 Candidates Q&A, Part 1

The Georgetowner asked the candidates for the Ward 2 seat on the District Council: "What impending budget cuts do you favor?" Here are their responses ...

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.

Feed the Fight DC: Meals for Hospital Staffs

Health-care lobbyist Elena Tompkins, a Georgetown resident, woke up one night with an idea. She had contacts at hospitals and knew the stress of...

COVID-19 Update: D.C. Deaths Hit 24; Emergency Measures Planned

Mayor Muriel Bowser and District Council Chairman Phil Mendelson discussed "tough choices," such as a hiring and pay freeze for most of D.C. government and a $600-million budget cut.