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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

DCPS Selects New Excel Principal

On Monday, April 2 District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) announced that effective June 2018, Tenia Pritchard will take on the role of Principal...

The Wrong Choice for DC Workers

Donald Trump famously campaigned on promises to “make America great again” by fighting for working people. Yet his nominee for Secretary of Labor, Andrew...

A War of Ideas

Americans are fixated on the Civil War – its battles, soldiers, monuments and legacies. The war’s 150th anniversary has come and gone, but the...

Remembering Charnice A. Milton, the District Journalist

I've been pretty overwhelmed with grief, the past month, over the two-year memorial of the passing of our sister-in-arms Charnice Milton. She was not...

Federal Tax Bill Will Increase Inequality in DC, But We Can...

Last month, Congress passed a bill that hands out large tax cuts to corporations and the wealthy and puts important social services on the...

Checking In and Helping Out on Our River

Psychology experts say it’s always smart to spend some hours walking with nature, helping others and seeking out ways to document positive change in...

Wheeler Creek CDC Turns 20

Wheeler Creek Community Development Corporation (WCCDC) kicked off its 20th-anniversary celebration with an elaborate reception at its Washington Highlands office on April 27. As...

Location Selected for Bard High School

On Wednesday, Mayor Bowser announced that Bard High School Early College DC (Bard DC) will be located at Davis Elementary School (4430 H Street,...

Residential Development Breaks Ground at St. Elizabeths East

With plans to consolidate the Department of Homeland Security at the federally-owned western campus of Saint Elizabeths long delayed, the city has slowly brought...

DC Council Chairmanship

Most questions asked of the Democratic candidates for DC Council chair – incumbent Phil Mendelson and his opponent Ed Lazere – have centered on...