Columbia Heights leads the District in COVID-19 cases and over half of residents are vaccinated against the coronavirus. But people have mixed feelings about getting the flu shot this season.
D.C. commuters must now lock e-scooters to city infrastructure like bike racks, signs or corrals after their ride. In the downtown area, where usership is highest, this could change how people use the alternative...
The business became the first restaurant or bar in D.C. to obtain a license for sports wagering.
After a video of a car getting hit and flipped went viral, Petworth residents are “fed up” with DDOT’s delays in making traffic safety improvements.
The DC Court of Appeals cleared the way for demolition to begin on the McMillan Sand Filtration Site despite ongoing court challenges.
The Metropolitan Police Department is urging drivers to do their part to stop the rise of auto theft in Georgetown after four vehicles were stolen in the first weekend of October.
Local advocates for expanding farming in the Dupont Circle neighborhood believe the city has more to gain from urban agriculture than just healthy produce.
Education and research experts lead the way toward change.
D.C. set an ambitious goal to eliminate traffic fatalities and serious injuries by 2024, but with 30 deaths in the District to date and just two years to go, that goal seems unlikely.
Broken HVACs, leaky roofs, burst pipes: Ward 4 school officials, parents say DCPS faces an ‘emergency’ during pandemic
By the beginning of the school year, the majority of HVAC system work orders throughout DCPS were still incomplete. Parents and officials in Ward 4 point to long standing neglect and inequity. When D.C. Public Schools...
The D.C. policy agenda has pushed clean energy for more than 10 years. Now, local officials are pressing solar energy to encourage environmentally conscious consumption.
The program which detailed off-duty officers outside bars in Adams Morgan was a large component of the BID's founding focus on improving neighborhood safety. The BID says it has no plans to resume their participation.