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Tempers, Tensions Rise Over Ellington Project

Summer is coming to Georgetown, school terms are ending and things are heating up. Tempers and tensions, if not temperatures ...

‘Kill The Potomac Rats’ Saga Continues

The “Kill the Potomac Rats” campaign has identified new suspects in its war against the ravenous rodents rambling in back ...

New Book Charts Obama's Rise to Stardom

After a lively presentation at Politics and Prose about “Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama,” our writer spoke with the author and his major source.

French Elect Youngest President Ever; D.C. Is Silent

Emmanuel Macron defeated Marine Le Pen in an election seen as a test of the European Union’s staying power.

JFK Centennial Events Begin

Tonight's panel at the Woman's National Democratic Club will be attended by Kennedy family members and former staffers.

Activists Pledge 'Death to the Potomac Rats'

City officials, restaurant managers and Georgetowners out for rat blood met in an alley this morning.

Traffic, Water Discussed at ANC’s May 1 Meeting

It wouldn’t be an Advisory Neighborhood Council meeting without a long discussion of parking and traffic flow issues. The ...

Gas Leaks Rile Georgetown Residents

Ed Segal and his wife have owned homes and lived and worked on the east side of Georgetown off and ...

Taking Action Against Potomac Rats

With the mantra, “Death to the Potomac Rats,” a group of Georgetown neighbors met April 27 with officials from the ...

Water Street Drag Racers Confronted

A potentially dangerous problem in Georgetown successfully evolved over the past three weeks from notification to confrontation, with a long-term ...

JFK’s Birthplace: A Site To See 100 Years Later

Taking small children to historic cities and sites can be a challenge, as just about every parent or grandparent knows ...

Gas Leaks Rile Georgetown Residents

The conundrum of gas leaks has always been part of the Segals' Georgetown experience, but the tipping point came last month.

BID Members Report Phenomenal Winter

The mild winter weather caused an unexpected spike in winter business, but it wasn't the only factor.

Vacancy, Rental Inspections Tighten in Georgetown

Property owners: if you get a letter from the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, take it seriously.

Sweden's Tolerance for Migrants on Display

An exhibition at the House of Sweden, "Safe and Sound," was contradicted by the terrorist attack in Stockholm earlier this month.

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