D.C. business owners are eyeing the possibility of another lockdown as COVID-19 cases surge across the country. But they don't know if their businesses can sustain another closure.
As colder weather approaches and D.C.’s coronavirus cases increase, some of Petworth’s favorite restaurants are preparing for whatever the winter weather holds.
A local ANC’s racism task force has proposed wide-ranging housing and education reforms. The recommendations range drastically in scope — and controversy.
Student body president says university ‘did the best they could’ with pandemic response.
Food and Friends, Bread for the City and Councilmember Trayon White’s office are among the entities providing families with food and other resources during this holiday season.
Thousands of people gathered on the streets of the Capitol to protest the election results, falsely claiming that President Trump won the election. Some groups showed up to counter-protest.
Temporary Protected Status (TPS) recipients, organizers and allies gathered at a rally at the Black Lives Matter Plaza on Friday afternoon to push Congress to create a pathway to citizenship for immigrants and to save...
Both cyclists and pedestrians are pushed next to rushing cars and off public trails as construction from the light rail Purple Line causes detours and confusion.
In a push for more sustainable and efficient modes of travel, projects to expand bike and bus lanes are replacing residential parking in parts of the city. But these changes impact some of the community’s most...
Some nightlife businesses remain closed and others are struggling.
The last time female councilmembers held a majority on the council was in the 1990s.
Federal guidelines encourage the city to provide soap, water and hand sanitizer to those living in tent encampments with more than 10 individuals.