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DC Ticket Amnesty Program Extended

Do you have a few pink slips in your glove box you still haven’t taken care of? A new four-month ticket amnesty program set to expire...

RAMMYs Celebrate Creativity and Community

It was a different kind of celebration that was held Sept. 19 at the 39th annual RAMMY Awards. As usual, the event celebrated the...

Frederick Douglass Bridge to Open Next Week

Next week, District residents will be able to drive east across the new Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge (FDMB). UPDATE, Friday, Sept. 10: The #NewFDMB will...

Ribbon-Cutting at Eliot-Hine Kicks off 2021 School Year

The ribbon was cut on the newly modernized Eliot Hine Middle School (1830 Constitution Ave. NE) Monday, celebrating not only the new building but...

Masks, Asymptomatic Testing Required at DC Schools

Masks, social distancing and asymptomatic testing will be required at DC schools for the start of the 2021-22 school year. Staff need to have...

Mayor: Health Care Workers Must Be Vaccinated by Sept. 30

Mayor Muriel Bowser and DC Health Director LaQuandra Nesbitt announced that by Sept. 30, 2021 all health care workers in the District of Columbia...

District Employees Required to Get COVID Vaccine

City employees will be required to get the COVID-19 vaccine as of Sept. 19, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) announced at a press conference Tuesday....

Mayor Defunds Yards And Canal Parks in FY2022 Budget

The District of Columbia contracts with The Capitol Riverfront BID for maintenance and programming at Yards Park (355 Water St. SE) and Canal Park...

A Visit from Mayor Bowser: ANC 6D Report

Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6D met June 14 over WebEx. Commissioners Andrew Bossi (6D01), Jared Weiss (6D02, Secretary), Ronald Collins (6D03, Treasurer), Fredrica (Rikki)...

Could There Be COVID Outbreaks in Unvaccinated Communities?

Taking a walk along the commercial streets of the District, it certainly looks like the pandemic is behind us. People stroll past diners on...
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