The District of Columbia Chamber of Commerce will kick off Small Business Week with a reception at Tony and Joe’s Seafood Place, 3000 K St. NW, on Tuesday, May 7, from 6 to 8 p.m.
A planned press conference this morning, Thursday, April 25, brought out several Secret Service vehicles to keep an eye on the lively but peaceful event.
An online petition called for Georgetown University to revoke the degrees of former students who were involved in the fraud and expel those still attending.
The reconstructed school, Georgetown's only public elementary school, is expected to open in August, on time. We’ll find out later if the project ended up on budget.
The would-be first leasee forwarded all the documents to D.C.’s attorney general, who, she was told, has started an investigation.
Kukulski collapsed suddenly at Sibley Hospital last Thursday, Jan. 10, apparently of an aneurysm or a brain hemorrhage. He had recently turned 77.
Everything changed when Amazon’s Jeff Bezos announced that the mega-retailer’s massive East Coast headquarters would be divided between a site in Queens and a site in Arlington County.
While Wawa was applying for its D.C. government permits, the news was met with some hostility from Georgetowners.
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.
One of the two tall magnolia trees at 3017 N St. NW was taken down last month after it was determined to be unviable. The action prompted criticism by neighbors.