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Sunday, June 26, 2022

DC Kids Under 5 Can Get COVID Vaccine Starting Tuesday

The District will begin offering COVID-19 vaccines to children ages six months and older at COVID Centers in all eight wards beginning Tuesday, June...

A Second Chance to “Save Mott’s Market”

It looks like it could really be possible: neighbors have another chance to save Mott's Market --or anyway, one corner store in Southeast Capitol...

Reward Raised in 2020 Shooting of Saige Ballard

The reward has been increased in the 2020 shooting death of Saige Ballard. Ballard was an 18-year-old graduate of Wilson High School who had just...

Two Hill Carjackings in 24 Hours; Police Seek Vehicle

Police are investigating two armed carjackings that took place on the Hill over the last two days, one of them successful. And they have...

Congress Market Closing

Another convenience store, Congress Market (421 E Capitol St. SE), is closing at the end of this week. The store is currently having an...

Meet the Mayoral Candidates

In the June primary, incumbent Mayor Muriel Bowser faces a trio of challengers as she seeks a third term. Two of her challengers for...

What You Need to Know: Monday Traffic Closures

As preparations for the Something in the Water Music Festival begin, road closures and restrictions will begin Monday, June 13, 2022. There are also rolling...

What to Expect: Something in the Water Festival

Something big is happening in DC next weekend. The Something in the Water festival will take place from June 17 to 19 on Independence Avenue...

Get to Know the Candidates for DC Attorney General

Incumbent Attorney General Karl Racine (D) announced last fall that he will not seek reelection, leaving the field open for the three candidates who...

Traffic Closures for “Something in the Water” Festival

The Something in the Water (SITW) music festival will take place from Friday, June 17, 2022 through Sunday, June 19, 2022. Organized by rapper and...
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