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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Geographic Unemployment Disparities in DC

On April 4, 2018, Iesha Nelson lost her job in the healthcare industry. The termination came unexpectedly, without explanation. Nelson, a resident of Ward 7,...

Time to Fully Fund Birth to Three

DC students are back in the classroom for a new school year, but as early childhood professionals will tell you, education begins long before...

Mayor, Dignitaries, Break Ground on Multipurpose Fields at RFK

At 10 a.m. Wednesday, August 29th Mayor Muriel Bowser joined public officials and dignitaries in lifting a symbolic shovel to mark the beginning of...

Groundbreaking at RFK Multi-Purpose Fields Wednesday

Ground will break Wednesday at 10 a.m. on the multi-purpose recreational fields, the first part of the development plans to become a reality on...

Take Free ‘Trees 101’ Course Saturday

Join Casey Trees at a free Trees 101 class on Saturday, August 25 at Kenilworth Recreation Center (1300 44th St NE). All attendees will be...

Learn How to Finance or Expand District Small Businesses

Join the District Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB) to learn about how you can finance or expand your District small business. Between 6...

Join Focus Group On Science Programming

The D.C. Policy Center has been hired by the DC STEM Network to learn from parents and caregivers what they know and think about...

Come to the Table: Martha’s Table Open in Ward 8

Martha’s table is open in Ward 8! Their location at The Commons at Stanton Square (2375 Elvans Rd. SE) offers resources for neighbors of...

Mayor Kicks Off School Year at Excel Academy

On the first day of school at Excel Academy (2501 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE) a row of girls streamed into school wearing...

Food Trucks: Culinary Oasis or Public Threat

A cluster of blackened leaves still marks the tree outside NASA headquarters where a food truck burned beneath it a few minutes after noon...