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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...

Bowser Talks Inauguration Security in Public Briefing

Tuesday’s situational update was held right in Ward 6, on a Pennsylvania Avenue boulevard between Eighth and Seventh Streets SE. DC Mayor Muriel Bowser (D),...

Vaccine Appointments Re-Open for Residents 65+, Prioritizing Some Wards

DC Health announced that at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 16, 4,309 vaccination appointments will become available to residents of Wards 1, 4, 5,...

Hill Businesses Debate Opening On Inauguration Day

Following last week’s violent demonstrations, the Capitol grounds look different with an established perimeter of non scalable fencing, increased police presence and the National...

How Families are Managing Virtual Learning

As the new year begins, many students are moving into a tenth month of virtual learning. Students are taking classes in their homes, many...

DC Health Launches Vaccine Registration Portal for Health Workers

On Dec. 28, 2020, DC Health launched a portal for workers in health care settings in the District to make an appointment to get...

Apply for Rental Assistance by Dec. 11

You can get financial assistance with missed rent payments frim the District government —but you need to apply by this Friday, Dec. 11. If you...

When Dracula Tangled With the Virus: A Stocking-Stuffer Emerged

My family in Jolly Olde is delighted that I won’t be home for Christmas! It will save them the pain and trauma of abandoning...

Bowser talks COVID Spike, Baby Homicide

On Wednesday night, a 15 month old baby was shot and killed at Southern Avenue SE and Central Avenue SE while in his family's...

DC Daily Case Rate at Spring Levels

As cases begin to come in from the Thanksgiving holiday, the District's positivity rates continue to rise overall. As of late November, reported daily cases...
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