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Shop the Maury Yard Sale Saturday

After a 2020 hiatus, the famous Maury Elementary Yard Sale is back! It takes place Saturday, Oct. 23, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on...

Council Expands Access to Virtual Learning for At-Risk Students

Council unanimously passed legislation Tuesday requiring that both public and public charter schools expand the availability of virtual instruction. The bill requires schools allow those...

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...

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...

Capitol Hill July 4th Parade Marches On This Year

The best July 4th celebration in the nation will be back on the street this year! The 19th annual Capitol Hill Community 4th of July...

ANC 6C Grant Applications Open Until May 27

Do you have a project benefiting residents of Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6C that could use funding? The next deadline for ANC 6C grant...

The Numbers: A Failure to Address DC Childcare Crisis

Childcare is a critical part of our economy. A parent who can drop their child off in a quality childcare setting has peace of...

Opinion: Students Need (Safe) Sports

As the start of the school year approaches, there has been a lot of focus on whether students should go back to school and...

What’s in the DC Budget for Ward 6?

This week the DC Council voted to pass an FY21 budget for the District, setting funding levels that will begin on October 1. With...

Successes and Challenges in Distance Learning

Experts say that developing quality remote learning plans is something that would ordinarily take school districts months, if not years, of planning. The COVID-19...
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