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Monday, July 22, 2019

Volunteers Build STEM Lab at Ketcham Elementary

On Thursday, June 13, students at John H. Ketcham Elementary School (1919 15thSt. SE) got a brand-new science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) lab,...

Community Solar

In April, and just in time for Earth Day 2019, Ward 7 residents celebrated the ground-breaking of two solar energy projects associated with the...

Who, What and When?: The River Clean-Up and How You Can...

Now is a good time to look into just what is happening to get Our River clean and safe for humans, fish and other...

The Fields at RFK are Open for Play

The ribbon was officially cut on The Fields at RFK Saturday morning, ushering in a new phase in the use of the Robert F....

DC’s Best Tool for Advancing Racial Equity? The Budget.

People of color—longtime Black residents, immigrant families, and others—built this city and shaped its culture, and continue to make significant contributions to the economy....

Celebrate Opening of The Fields at RFK Campus Saturday

On Saturday, June 8 at 11:00 a.m., Mayor Muriel Bowser and Greg O’Dell, the President of Events DC, the District's convention and sports authority,...

Former Residents and City Officials Celebrate Return of Parkway Overlook

Two decades before Mayor Muriel Bowser, Ward 8 Councilmember Trayon White (D), DC Housing Authority Executive Director Tyrone Garrett and members of the local...

Vision Zero East of the River

In the last month alone, traffic accidents east of the river claimed the lives of both 31-year-old Bronx resident Abdul Seck and an unnamed...

Mr. Dave and the Fuller Barber Shop

A Ward 7 resident in Southeast for 20-something years, David “Mr. Dave” Fuller never imagined that he would still be cutting hair, trimming beards...

Economic Development: What Works and What Doesn’t?

Here’s something we can all agree on: economic development is important. We all want our economy to grow, we want to create good jobs...