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Saturday, February 27, 2021

St. Joseph’s: A 150-Year-Old Cornerstone of the Community

“There was the Capitol Buildings, and there was St. Joseph’s,” says Father William Gurnee of the origins of St. Joseph’s on the Hill, the...

Meet the New Ward 6 Principals

The 2020-21 school year got off to a different start, with buildings closed and staff and students scattered as most began learning virtually. But...

A Socially-Distanced Visit From the Easter Bunny

Many kids have missed a visit from the Easter Bunny this year, as we all keep our distance apart. But this Easter Sunday, we...

2019 Capitol Hill Puzzle Hunt

This year’s Capitol Hill Puzzle Hunt, organized by Labyrinth Games & Puzzles, runs from Oct. 5 to 19. The first part of the hunt will...

Little Lights Seeks Volunteers for 2020 Programs

Little Lights is an award-winning nonprofit serving public housing children, youth, and families at Potomac Gardens and Hopkins Apartments in Ward 6 as well...

Norton Is Positive on Chances for Statehood

Chair Amber Gove (6A04) called the Advisory Neighborhood (ANC) 6A meeting to order at Miner Elementary School, 601 15th St. NE, with Commissioners Mike...

The National Arboretum – Friend to the Anacostia

The National Arboretum, 450 acres of nearly all open space with a mile of frontage on the Anacostia, has served for many years as...

In Memoriam: James Bennett, Founding Member of Ward 6 Dems,

One of the founding members of the Ward 6 Democrats passed away in July. James Arthur Bennett peacefully entered into eternal rest on Monday,...

The Capitol Hill Restoration Society Presents the 60th Annual Mother’s Day...

Fascinating houses, history, art, and antiques – the Capitol Hill Restoration Society House and Garden Tour presents it all in an easily walkable loop....

Jade Fitness Offers Free Workouts to Teachers

Jade Fitness, a boutique fitness studio on Capitol Hill, is showing its appreciation for DC teachers by offering them free workouts until the end...
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