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New Home for Washington School for Girls at THEARC

A fourth phase of expansion is coming to THEARC (1901 Mississippi Ave. SE) and it will unite a school community. Building Bridges Across the River...

Who Runs DC School Sports

They crowded onto the field at Howard University’s Greene Stadium (Girard and 6th Streets NW), pumping their fists in the air and cheering wildly,...

Meet Keith Killgo

In one form or the other, Keith Killgo has been immersed in music his whole life. First, as the son of a professional musician...

Ways to Give Local on Giving Tuesday

It's true that it takes a village to ignite real change. Be part of the village this Giving Tuesday. Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement created...

Development from the Grassroots Up

Development is coming at a fast pace in Ward 8. Building is underway near the Frederick Douglass Bridge, Congress Heights Metro and St. Elizabeth’s...

DC Dream Center Celebrates 5 Years

One evening late in August, a stream of people filtered in and out of the DC Dream Center at 2828 Q St. NE. Kids...

Meet Troy Rogers

Southeast native Troy E. Rogers, 51, has reason to smile and celebrate life. Rogers, a successful salesperson, grew up in Ward 7 and still...

Golf to Raise Scholarships for Ballou, Anacostia Students

: The Anacostia Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) Scholarship Foundation is pleased to announce its 23rd Annual Albert R. “Butch” Hopkins Memorial Scholarship Foundation Golf...

How to Find a Tutor

After months of shuttered schools and virtual learning, many parents worry that their children have fallen behind academically. Other parents see their students excelling...

Masks Optional Inside DC Public Schools Starting Mar. 16

Friday afternoon, DC Public Schools (DCPS) announced that masks would be optional for students beginning Wednesday, Mar. 16. Earlier in the week, DC Health released...