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Protesters to Bowser: Put Excluded Workers Back in Budget

"I'm an ex con fighting for my rights," Chuck said, standing in the halls of the John Wilson Building, holding a sign reading "DC...

Capitol Hill Community Lights Menorah

The community came together for the festival of light as the 9th Annual menorah Lighting took place on Monday, Dec. 19. As Councilmember Elissa...

Election Night Brings Few Surprises But At-Large Suspense

As Tuesday tipped into Wednesday, the incumbents ruled the ballot. Most of them cruised to victory. With just over 165,000 votes counted It is clear...

The At-Large Council Race

The marquee race on the ballot is for two of the five at-large seats on the Council. However, the District Home Rule Charter reserves...

Hear from At-Large DC Council Candidates at Oct. 11 Forum

This Tuesday, hear the opinions of Candidates for At-Large Council! The At-Large Candidates Forum takes place Tuesday, October 11th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30...

Saturday Gathering Will Take Another Look at Ward 7 Redistricting

The DC Council Subcommittee is going to take a look at redistricting in Ward 7 one more time. In a somewhat unusual move, the DC...

Debates Continue During Final Public Hearing on Redistricting

Discussion continued on the way Advisory Neighborhood Commissions (ANCs) should look in 2023 at the second public hearing held virtually Thursday by the DC...

Redistricting Draft Map Analyzed

The DC Council Redistricting Subcommittee unanimously approved its Final Redistricting Map on Nov. 18 realigning the city’s eight wards. The map makes major changes...

Ward 6 Redistricting Meeting Wednesday

The DC Council Subcommittee on Redistricting will meet Wednesday, November 3, at 10 a.m. for a public hearing specific to Ward 6 concerns. This...

What’s in the FY2022 Budget for Ward 6?

During last year’s FY2021 District budget discussions, DC Council cut spending as the pandemic devastated the economy and the federal government shorted the District’s...