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Nominations Open for 2022 Brickies

Join Councilmember Charles Allen (Ward 6-D) to celebrate the Ward 6 neighbors, organizations, groups, and businesses that go above and beyond to make Ward...

A Second Chance to “Save Mott’s Market”

It looks like it could really be possible: neighbors have another chance to save Mott's Market --or anyway, one corner store in Southeast Capitol...

Project Leaders Wanted for Volunteer Days at Congressional Cemetery

Congressional Cemetery is looking for volunteers for two upcoming service days. On Saturday, September 11 and Saturday, October 16, members of a unit from JBAB...

Petition Opposes DashMart at Former Frager’s Site

More than 350 people have signed a petition to oppose a  planned Capitol Hill DashMart, raising concerns about safety and increased traffic. DashMart, a...

Porch Petal Parade Unites Neighbors

On Sunday afternoon, Lora Nunn was in her Kingman Park front yard. With her were her neighbors. Four families sat on lawn chairs, blankets...

Volunteers Make the Village

A year of dealing with the COVID-19 virus upset many lives and plans—and became a real test for organizations like Capitol Hill Village, which had...

Go On A Shamrock Hunt

Happy St. Patrick's Day! Let's go on a Shamrock hunt! Some of you may remember the 2020 neighborhood "Shamrock Hunt" where neighbors posted shamrocks or...

Free Help with Swarms of Honey Bees

Neighbors probably know that there are a number of beekeepers who live in the city. Those beekeepers want you to know that there are...

Good Neighbors of Capitol Hill Find Common Ground with Refugees

A few hardy volunteers, including both older and younger members of several Capitol Hill faith communities, pull up to a Capitol Hill townhouse, masked...

Jack Wandersee, 1934–2020

Jack was born in Rochester NY of longstanding Dutch immigrant stock. His father, a WW1 veteran, who had played the coronet in the US...