In honor of Earth Day, the Georgetown Business Association touted extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar, farmer markets and solar energy at its April 19 meeting.
With descendants of slaves sold in 1838 in attendance, the school held a Liturgy of Remembrance, Contrition and Hope on April 18.
Saturday's cleanup was so thorough that Mt. Zion Pastor Johnsie Cogman will lead an Easter Sunrise Service in the cemetery at 6:45 a.m., April 16. Everyone is invited.
"Thirty-three years after winning the NCAA National Championship, No. 33 is coming home," said Georgetown University President John DeGioia at yesterday's press conference.
The Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission passed a unanimous motion April 3 supporting a Georgetown Main Streets Program.
Many persons are ...
Major players from Georgetown community groups filled the room March 29 for a meeting about what is potentially our most worthy tourist destination.
The Georgetown Business Association met at one of the newest women-owned firms, Kennedy & Co.
The 42nd annual awards dinner by the American Hellenic Institute was held March 11 at the Capital Hilton. The Hellenic ...
The business group celebrated the revitalization of an iconic Georgetown property — and will meet this Wednesday at Kennedy & Co. on Potomac Street.
Meet the designers for the C&O Canal or learn about progress at Locks 3 and 4 — two public meetings, March 22 and March 29.
The embassy's timely theme for 2017 is "Safe & Sound," highlighting the Sweden-U.S. agreement on cooperation in science and technology for homeland security matters.
The Jan. 26 kidnapping of a Georgetown University student, who was released unharmed the same day, remains quite an odd story.
Years of discussion and planning will result in big changes on the shoreline and on the river by the National Park Service.
A spate of indecent acts has focused police attention on the area, thanks to vigilant neighbors.