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Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Local Consulting Firm Helps Provide PPE

When COVID-19 cases began surging, the nation faced an immediate shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE). Locally, District healthcare workers had to care for...

DPR Opens Registration-Only Facilities, Fall Programs

Limited in-person fall programs will be offered at specific DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) locations, as well as virtual programs. Registration will...

How to Stay Fit Despite COVID Restrictions

The Coronavirus pandemic has forced residents into an unexpected summer hibernation. Restrictions on movement in and around the city has been challenging for many....

Mobile Health Unit Comes to Ward 7 Wednesdays

Beginning August 26, residents in Ward 7 will have easier access to critical health screenings, COVID-19 testing and more via the United Medical Center...

Reset Your Menu

For more than 100 days the DC area residents have been confined to the indoors due to COVID. Many people have had to get...

The District Vet

At present many of our city’s residents are home much more than in the past due to social, or physical distancing. With several months...

Cleaning – Naturally!

It’s an interesting paradox that while many people are moving towards organic foods, household cleaners—which are often filled with toxins— are kept at the...

DC Water Restores Disconnected Residents

DC Water has announced that disconnected residents will have their service restored upon request, assuring that every residential customer in the city has access...

Free DPR Urban Grower Webinar

During this time of social distancing, the DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) Urban Grower Course has been converted into an all online...

Hypothermia Hotline

See someone outside in need of shelter or a welfare check? Call the Shelter Hotline at 202-399-7093 or dial 311. If there is an immediate risk to safety, call 911. When...