The neighborhood commission unanimously passed a resolution calling for DDOT to implement more safety measures as 2021 crash deaths surpass 2020.
Shaw’s Art Market was virtual in 2020, but this year residents can expect more direct engagement with artists the day of Dec. 18th.
State funding and a city-wide push for sustainability is increasing the number of electric buses on the road. Analyses of DASH and ACPS help show what’s to come.
Community members gathered at the corner of 14th and Irving St. Northeast in remembrance of 5-year-old Allie Hart, who died after being hit by a car while on her bicycle earlier this year.
Police urge anyone who may have had a concerning interaction with suspect Roger McKay to contact the Major Crimes Bureau.
Ethiopia has been in a civil war for over a year with former governing party Tigray People’s Liberation Front. Demonstrators outside the State Department on Friday say the Biden administration has undermined the...
Police responded to a fight on a Metro train Friday morning that involved a box cutter. This is the latest instance of violence on public transit.
Residents of Ward 4 can now receive their COVID-19 vaccines and boosters along with a flu shot at the Petworth Neighborhood Library.
Upwards of $1000 worth of cash and several phones were stolen from Mobile X, a phone repair shop, the owner said.
The accident comes during the tail end of the deadliest year in traffic fatalities in the district in nearly a decade.
This shooting marks the second act of gunfire at the Metro station in the past two weeks.
Tensions outside the courthouse were high as the justices heard arguments limiting abortion access.
Five intersections closed and a total of 40 arrests made as protestors demand congressional action before the legislative session ends this week.
2021 has been one of the most fatal years in traffic crashes despite measures like Vision Zero and changing traffic safety reporting procedures. Advocates and residents want greater action. Before 4B ANC Commissioner...
An on-scene Metropolitan Police Department officer said the brakes on the truck went out before tumbling into a local resident’s front yard.
Public art is evolving in Arlington County and an update to the public art master plan aims to meet new equity and diversity goals.
Although recent statistics reveal document theft to be a fading means of stealing information, residents feel shredding personal records provides some security.
Thomas Tate has been brightening people’s days at the corner of New Hampshire and R Street for nearly 15 years.