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Monday, September 28, 2020

Meeting to Discuss New District Area Code

The Public Service Commission (PSC) of the District of Columbia is inviting comments at a meeting on the new telephone area code for the...

HIV Cases Decline in District

The number of newly diagnosed HIV cases in the District decreased to 282 cases in 2019, a 16 percent decrease from 335 in 2018,...

Meet Your Neighbor

Looking to make a difference in her southeast community with people that are often disenfranchised, for 38 years Robin Myers has been feeding the...

Free Food Distribution Friday at RFK

The Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington are hosting a food distribution event Friday, August 21 for anyone facing food insecurity right now. The...

Travel, Gatherings Account for Most New COVID Cases

At Mayor Muriel Bowser’s (D) August 17 situational update, DC Health Director LaQuandra Nesbitt said DC Health is hiring an additional 175 contact tracers,...

How the Barry Farm Community Desegregated the District

Growing up in Barry Farm-Hillsdale in the 1950s, an epicenter of social change and Black activism that swept Southeast DC, Anacostia historian Dianne Dale...

Shop ‘Dog Days’ of Summer Sale Online

Yes, you can shop a sidewalk sale this weekend! The annual Midcity ‘Dog Days’ sidewalk sale is going online, bringing together more than 200...

District Pools, Splash Parks Closed for Summer

District pools and splash parks will remain closed all summer due to coronavirus (COVID-19), the District announced August 5. “We understand residents look forward to...

DC Police Union Sues District Over Reform Law

DC Police Union released a August 5 announcing they had filed a lawsuit against the Mayor and the District for Council’s emergency police reform...

Mayor: Catch Up on Children’s Doctor Visits

Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) and DC Health Director LaQuandra Nesbitt urged families to seek pediatric care and vaccinations the pandemic possibly delayed. At the...