Council Returns, Dockless Vehicle News

The D.C. Council is in the final week of its annual legislative recess, as Council members and staff begin to prepare for the first...

Early Swimming Pool Closure Is All Wet

Washington, D.C., has plenty to brag about as a great place to live and even to raise kids. One reason is the number of...

ANC Notes Sept. 12, 2018

Richard Livingstone, formerly Mayor Muriel Bowser's liaison to Ward 2, was given a Community Commendation on Sept. 5 by the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission...

35 Years of Married Bliss and Pies

On Sept. 3, Kimberly and Michael Copperthite renewed their vows at St. Matthew's Cathedral, where they married in 1983. Mike is the scion of...

Baby Miranda Is Baptized

Family and friends gathered for Mass Sept. 9 at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church on Monroe Street NE for the baptism of Miranda...

Powered Scooters, Bikes Beating Out Pedals

DDOT’s dockless vehicle demonstration program, originally from October of 2017 through last April, was extended through August and now will run through the end of the year.

17 Years Since the Day the World Changed

When was the last time people talked about that bright, clear-blue day that fell apart around 9 a.m. and spiraled into a national day of catastrophe, death, chaos and heroics?     

Man Killed by Own Car in Glover Park

What is believed to be a bizarre accident — the automobile apparently rolling downhill against the man — happened in the rear alley of the 2300 block of Tunlaw Road NW.

Inside the Kavanaugh Hearing (photos)

Brett Kavanaugh is considerably more conservative than the justice he would replace, Anthony M. Kennedy, who has, since at least 2005, been the swing vote on many of the Supreme Court’s most ideologically charged decisions.

Catholics Grapple With Sex Abuse Scandals, Cover-Ups

Holy Trinity Church has scheduled "listening sessions" in McKenna Hall for parishioners to "express their personal experiences of the crisis" on Sept. 8 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. and on Sept. 9 from 3:30 to 5 p.m.