Georgetown Gondolas: They’re Baaack!

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.

Georgetown Wawa to Open Dec. 20

While Wawa was applying for its D.C. government permits, the news was met with some hostility from Georgetowners.

Local Focus on River Tunnel Project

The public commentary period has been extended until Dec. 4. In addition, ANC 2E may consider a resolution at its Dec. 3 meeting.

‘Glow’ Lights Up Georgetown, Dec. 1 to Jan. 6

This year’s “Glow” programming includes a “Glow All Night” festive shopping night, Book Hill’s “Winter Wonderland” event and themed walking tours.

Gas Leaks Continue

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.

Tree Lovers Decry Loss of Magnolia

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.

Are Gas Leaks Affecting Gas Bills?

Concern about the growing number of gas leaks in Georgetown — at least in east Georgetown above M Street — continued this week and...

Short-Term Rental Ruling Postponed

On Oct. 17, a heated debate among District Council members regarding a proposed bill to strictly regulate Airbnb and similar short-term residential rentals ended...

New Traffic Plans for Foggy Bottom

The West End Library was packed with concerned citizens and stakeholders on Thursday evening, Oct. 18, to discuss Rock Creek Parkway traffic projects in...

Canal Renewal: Lock 3 Gates Installed

“We got a gate,” cried one of the construction workers at Lock 3 of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, between Thomas Jefferson and 30th...