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How Some Schools Got Kids Back to the Classroom

In the spring, the COVID-19 pandemic shut down most of the nation’s schools, forcing most of the District’s students to continue learning virtually at...

Winter Walks Along Our River

If the level of COVID-19 and political anxieties make you feel like you need some quiet time, consider a relaxing walk along the Anacostia...

Support Services Make the Transition

When schools, childcare, and other child-related facilities closed suddenly a few weeks into the Covid-19 pandemic, parents were left scrambling to cover their children’s...

A Pandemic Year for Veterinarians

For everyone 2020 presented numerous challenges and even some opportunities. Daily routines were rapidly altered, creating a new reality. The practice of veterinary medicine...

UMC Offers Vaccine to Residents 65+

Appointments to get the COVID-19 vaccine from the District filled up only hours after the portal opened Monday morning.  But District residents aged 65...

Transgender Policy in the Schools

School support for transgender students is a critical matter, says Supporting and Mentoring Youth Advocates and Leaders (SMYAL) Programs Director Adalphie Johnson. In partnership with District...

COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments Fill Quickly

All 6,700 of the available COVID-19 vaccination appointments for the week of Jan. 11 were filled within hours of Mayor Muriel Bowser's 10 a.m....

Luxury Residences Offer Support as A Fitness Amenity

It’s January, and all over the District, people are re-committing to health and fitness after a year of COVID-19 restrictions that have kept many...

Vaccine Registration Opens Noon Monday for Residents 65+

District residents 65 and over will be able to register and sign up to schedule the COVID-19 vaccine as of noon, Monday, Jan. 11. It...

2021 Health and Fitness Trends

New Years is the time many of us make resolutions to change something we don’t like about ourselves or our lives. We’re eating too...
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