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Limited Return to Schools for Some DCPS Students

In the Nov. 16 situational update, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D), Dr. LaQuandra Nesbitt and DC Public Schools Chancellor Lewis Ferebee discussed the return of...

ICYMI: Smithsonian Expands Reopening

On a pleasant morning in early September, Rockville residents Sarah Brunsmeier and Lance Davis explored an eerily quiet exhibit at the National Zoo on...

New COVID-19 Policies for DC Travelers

Monday afternoon DC Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) discussed updates to DC’s COVID-19 travel and testing procedures, election day clean up plans and DMV black...

Thousands Hit Streets to Celebrate Biden Victory

Thousands of Democratic supporters gathered around the White House and Black Lives Matter Plaza Saturday afternoon to celebrate the Associated Press projection that former...

Bowser Talks Protests, DCPS Plans

Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) and Police Chief Peter Newsham discussed protests in the District and updates to the DC public school reopening plan during...

ANC 6D Again Opposes M Street Project

Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6D unanimously opposed a proposed project at 5 M St. SW, citing a lack of affordable housing. Plans for the...

Bowser Talks Early Voting, Halloween Guidance

At the Oct. 26 situational update, Mayor Muriel Bowser addressed Halloween, the upcoming holiday season and early voting in DC.  Holiday Guidance Bowser addressed the Halloween...

Locals Protest at Union Station on Columbus Day

More than 20 locals joined in national efforts to recognize indiegnous people’s day at Union Station the afternoon of Monday, Oct. 12. The organizers...

Multiple Candidates Vie for Two Council Seats

Intersections, front yards and lamp posts around the District are adorned with different colorful signs this fall as 24 candidates seek election to two...

Art at “Paper Routes” A Statement on Current Events

The National Museum of Women in the Arts (1250 New York Ave NW) unveiled “Paper Routes - Women to Watch” on Thursday, Oct. 8....
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