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Transgender Boy Finds Support in Community

June 19th started out as a gloomy, rainy day in the District. But sometime around mid-afternoon, a sudden burst of dazzling sunshine emerged, causing...

The Yards About to Become Region’s Largest Waterfront Development

On Tuesday, global real estate services company Brookfield Properties unveiled plans for its Phase II of The Yards. Phase II will deliver office, mixed-income...

Successes and Challenges in Distance Learning

Experts say that developing quality remote learning plans is something that would ordinarily take school districts months, if not years, of planning. The COVID-19...

Request a Statehood for DC Sign

Do you want to show your support for DC Statehood? Do you want to help get signs out to others? You can do both! Neighbors...

Ship Donated Items for Free

It’s the end of the holidays, and many of us are ready to purge our homes of the things we no longer need –as...

Grubb’s Pharmacies to Offer COVID-19 Testing

Starting Tuesday, May 12, you will be able to get testing at three local pharmacies. Working with medical technology company eTrueNorth, Grubb’s Pharmacy Capitol...

Jury Suspension Strands DC Jail Defendants

In May 2020, a 20-year-old man was arrested for armed carjacking and robbery. In April, a 19-year old man was arrested for an assault...

Hours Changed at District COVID Test Sites

Beginning Monday, October 5, the hours at the District’s public COVID-19 testing sites will be adjusted by one hour earlier or later. You...

Bowser Talks Unemployment Compensation, COVID Vaccines

Last Thursday, a technical issue occurred with the vendor responsible for processing unemployment benefits for the District. This caused approximately 39,000 individuals to not...

ANCs Make Joint Recommendations for H Street Safety

On Tuesday, a special meeting of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6A and 6C Transportation Public Space (TPS) Committees met to discuss speeding and...
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