If you’re planning on going out this weekend, please think twice about which taxicab you might get into.
Longtime Georgetown resident Isabel Ernst got her start in real estate in 1998. She now lives with her husband, Ricardo, a professor of Business at Georgetown University, and her four children in Georgetown.
This Friday, Hardy Middle School announced in a letter that a new principal has been selected. Dr. Mary Stefanus comes from St. Louis, Missouri, where she was principal at Hixson Middle School in Missouri for 11 years
After six months of renovation and only five months of business, the National Pinball Museum in the Shops at Georgetown Park will be closing this July.
During the past few days, Washington D.C. Fire and Rescue crews have been busy with a series of rescues from the Potomac River. This Tuesday, a man fell into the river from a ten-foot ledge at Georgetown Waterfront Park.
According to Second District Commander Michael Reese, burglaries and automobile related theft rates rose in the Second District during May.
The ward redistricting committee has released a map and a report that makes a number of changes to ward boundaries, including moving Shaw east of 9th St. from Ward 2 into Ward 6, excluding the Convention Center, and putting Penn Quarter back in Ward 2.
The museum, which opened last December, will be closing in two months.
After seemingly perpetual delays and endless speculation, it can officially (hopefully) be said: Serendipity 3 will finally be opening its doors next week.
This summer, Georgetown Events will be hosting Truckeroo, a monthly festival where 20-25 food trucks will gather at the corner of Half St. and M St. NW in Das Bullpen, across the street from Navy Yard Metro and one block from Nationals Park.
This Monday, in a letter to the D.C. Zoning Commission, Orange agreed with the Office of Planning and ANC 2E the Georgetown University’s 2010-2020 campus plan would have severe impacts on the neighboring communities.