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Keeping Each Other Safe Through COVID Crisis

Fariha Huriya interrupts our conversation to answer the door. Someone is dropping off supplies for the Ward 7 and 8 Mutual Aid Network (Mutual...

Social Distancing Delivery and Pickup for DC Medical Marijuana Patients Announced

District-registered dispensaries are now allowed to provide medical marijuana to District residents registered as qualifying patients through delivery, curbside pickup, and at-the-door pickup options.  This...

Unemployment Insurance in The District?

At-Large Councilmember Elissa Silverman (I) spends her afternoons on the Seventh Floor of One Judiciary Square. There she sits with 100 other District employees,...

Shopping Angels DC Seeks Volunteers

Shopping Angels DC is part of an international volunteer program designed to provide services to people deemed especially at-risk for COVID-19. To help ease...

Select DPR Outdoor Facilities Open

The following DPR facilities are now open, with social distancing safeguards: parks; athletic fields; walking paths, trails and tracks; dog parks and tennis courts. Read...

DC Primary Suffered from ‘Failed Execution’

With about 83,000 votes counted, incumbent Councilmembers Trayon White, Sr. (Ward 8-D) and Vincent Gray (Ward 7-D) appear to have clinched their re-nomination by...

DC to Enter Phase I Reopening Friday

The Stay-at-Home Order will be lifted as of Friday, May 29, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) said Wednesday, May 27. The Mayor is expected to...

DC Could Begin Phased Reopening May 29

No date has been officially set, but at the May 21 presentation of the recommendations from the ReOpen DC Advisory Group, Mayor Muriel Bowser...

Mayor Expands Mask Requirements

Masks are required when people are on the streets where social distance cannot be maintained, according to the Mayor’s order extending the public health...

District Stay at Home Order Extended to June 8

The District's stay-at-home order has been extended until June 8. The order was orginally set to expire May 15, although Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) previously...