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Can Terrace Manor Tenants Claim Victory?

Efforts by officials of the DC government to improve the living conditions of renters in the city, particularly those east of the Anacostia River,...

Maple View Flats (Big K) Development Secures Financing

Following years of community meetings, rounds of presentations before the Historic Preservation Review Board, and hearings before the Mayor’s Agent, the Big K development...

Introducing Ward 7’s New DCPS Principals

Kristie Edwards of Randle Highlands Elementary School (1650 30th St. SE) Serving the whole student means more than teaching language, math, and science; it means...

DC’s Housing Crisis Leaves Low-Income Families Without a Foundation

The District’s affordable housing crisis is threatening the very foundation of thousands of DC families. More and more of the city’s lowest-income residents now...

Life Lessons Through Basketball

Looking for a girl’s youth sporting activity that will allow your youngster to engage in physical activity and also help her learn important life...

Loans and Riots, Vigils and Cookouts

“The place looks like a ghost town now,” Deanwood resident Yvonne Johnson says of Dave Brown Wine & Liquors. “But those few bottles left...

DC Council, DHCD Battle Over Fate of Blighted Homes

A DC housing agency clashed with the DC Council again in December over how to handle a number of blighted properties in Ward 8’s...

Exploring the World Beyond DC

Joshua Mitchell wants to study for a career in photojournalism. He hopes to do so at the University of Wisconsin in Madison but knows...

DC Council Committees: Power Struggle and Chaos

The DC Council’s new committee structure could mean Mayor Muriel Bowser’s next two years will be as challenging as the last two – except...