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Thursday, October 1, 2020

Helping Mitigate COVID Effects —With Tutoring

A group of students and recent grads from the District and area have gotten together to offer free online tutoring and enrichment programs to...

Meeting to Discuss New District Area Code

The Public Service Commission (PSC) of the District of Columbia is inviting comments at a meeting on the new telephone area code for the...

‘State of the Art’: Capitol Hill Safeway Opens

The brand-new Beckert’s Park Safeway (415 14th St. SE) is set to open at 6 a.m. Wednesday, August 12. But it won't close anytime...

List of Protests Planned Saturday

Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators are expected downtown Saturday as the District enters a ninth day of protests. “We have a lot of public,...

Crowds Protest Ginsburg Replacement Outside Graham’s Home

At 6 a.m. Monday morning, protesters gathered outside the Southeast home of Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), the Republican Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee,...

Hill Woman Amasses ‘Small DC Army’ of Coronavirus Volunteers

Allison McGill is just getting home from dropping off dinner to an elderly neighbor when I get her on the phone. Unable to leave...

Mayor Talks Testing, Flood Damage 

At Mayor Muriel Bowser’s (D) September 14 situational update, DC Health Director LaQuandra Nesbitt and Director of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA)...

Driver Going Wrong Way Kills Scooter Operator

One person was killed just north of Lincoln Park in the early morning hours of Friday, August 28 when a motorized scooter collided with...

Free E-Waste Recycling Drop-Off Near You

Spending more time at home? Why not recycle those idle electronics? Reverse Logistics Group Americas (RLG) and electronics manufacturers Acer, DPI, Google, HP, Lenovo, Microsoft,...

HillVets House Celebrates One Year Anniversary

Melissa Reilly-Diakun remembers her first HillVets event well. She arrived at a gathering hosted by the nonprofit organization and she did not know a...
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