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DDOT Holds Meetings On Benning Road Improvements

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will host two public meetings to discuss the Benning Road Bridges and Transportation Improvements Project. At the meetings,...

Wednesday is Walk to School Day at Lincoln Park

On Wednesday, October 6, 2021, at 7:45 a.m., students from Ward 6 schools will gather at Lincoln Park (13th and East Capitol Streets SE)...

Expanding Protected Bike Network Sparks Controversy

The District is installing a citywide, interconnected bicycle network. To meet District-mandated environmental goals, The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) must shift 75 percent...

A New Normal: Hill Residents React to Capitol Security Threats

For 21 years, Elin Whitney-Smith and Christopher Berendes have lived two blocks from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) headquarters. To a certain extent, they’ve grown...

BID Seeks Feedback on M Street Redesign

The Capitol Riverfront BID is spearheading a redesign of the M Street Southeast corridor, between South Capitol and 11th Streets SE. The corridor very much...

Liquor Licenses, Traffic Issues Dominate June ANC 6A Meeting

Chair Amber Gove (6A04) convened the June 10, 2021 meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6A via Zoom with Commissioners Keya Chatterjee (6A01), Phil...

What’s Safe for My Unvaccinated Child?

On June 15, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) joined President Joe Biden in inviting the nation to celebrate July 4th in Washington DC. The invitation...

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...

Fans Are Coming Back to Audi Field and Nationals Park

Get ready, Southeast and Buzzard Point: the fans are coming back. Well, some of them, anyway. On Tuesday, the Washington Nationals announced that up to...

Local Consulting Firm Helps Provide PPE

When COVID-19 cases began surging, the nation faced an immediate shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE). Locally, District healthcare workers had to care for...
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