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Saturday, January 18, 2020

Don’t ‘Repeal and Replace’ Paid Family and Medical Leave

This Labor Day, DC workers should be celebrating the recent victory to adopt a paid family and medical leave program for new parents and...

L’Enfant Trust Readies Renovation of Four Historic Homes

For nearly a half-century a vacant two-story wood frame home has wrapped the corner of Maple View Place and Mount View Place in Historic...

DC Circulator Fares Reinstated

By order of the DC Council, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) announced that the fares on the DC Circulator will be reinstated effective...

Coming in Summer 2020: Phase I of Skyland Town Center

Longtime Hillcrest resident Earl Williams says observing a construction site is a lot like watching paint dry. Nonetheless, residents in Wards 7 and 8...

The Wharf Job Fair Seeks District Employees

Team team working on the massive development project that is The Wharf Phase 2 is actively seeking local residents to join the construction team. The...

R.E.D.E.E.M. CDC’s Coat Drive Impacts Ward 7 School

On Dec. 13, 2019, the R.E.D.E.E.M. Community Development Corporation sponsored its Second Annual Mega Coat Drive to benefit students at the Charles Houston Elementary...

New Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge Unveiled

The new Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge is part of the South Capitol Street Corridor Project, the largest construction project in the history of DC...

National Gallery of Art Night

On Sept. 12 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the National Gallery of Art, East Building, Fourth St, NW, relive best or worst school...

Service Project Resources

Interested in or planning a service project? Check out these free resources from Serve DC and partners: MLKDay.gov for project toolkits and guides; nationalservice.gov/serve...

Turning the Boat Around

Woundim Demissie has big plans for the Shrimp Boat Plaza Restaurant, which opened its doors on July 25. He intends to make the iconic...