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Cherie Cannon: Memorial at Christ Church June 29

Well-known Georgetowner Cherie Dawson Cannon died May 28 at her Q Street home.

“If you lived in Georgetown during the ...

Lauralyn Lee Thanked by Georgetown

Georgetown University bid farewell to Lauralyn Lee, its associate vice president for community engagement and strategic initiatives, June 4 with ...

Prayers for the Charleston Martyrs and America

America was again shocked, if not yet enraged, after a mass murderer shot nine persons to death in a church during bible study June 17, in Charleston, S.C.

Georgetown Is Looking Good: BID Touts Canal Funds, New Restaurants; Issues Annual Report

For Washington, D.C.'s oldest neighborhood, the numbers and the future look good, as reported at the Georgetown Business Improvement District's annual meeting.

Georgetown Seniors Treated to Special Long & Foster Luncheon

The Georgetown Senior Center got a special picnic lunch June 3 from the Georgetown office of Long & Foster Real Estate & Christie's International Real Estate.

A Happy 78th Birthday Party for Tony of Tony and Joe's

Restaurateur Tony Cibel celebrated his 78th birthday with a full house June 4 at his riverfront restaurant at Washington Harbour, Tony and Joe's Seafood Place.

Residents to Leave Water Street Condos for Repairs

Residents of a high-end, 72-unit building on the Georgetown waterfront will be moving out temporarily for repairs to a structure just over ten years old.

$13-Billion Budget Treats Georgetown: Hyde-Addison, Canal Fix, New Barge, Bridge Lighting -- and Gondola Study

While a gondola study gets more attention, it is good news -- and a victory for parents -- that Hyde-Addison will have construction begin June 2016.

Mayor Bowser to Join Citizens in Honoring Evans, Downs, Kuno, Others

Mayor Muriel Bowser will speak at the annual meeting of the Citizens Association Georgetown on Wednesday, May 27 -- awardees include Councilman Jack Evans, Barbara Downs and Sachiko Kuno.

Other Suspects Possible in Quadruple Murder; Funeral Set for June 1

Prosecutors maintain that others may have been involved in the May 14 murders of Savvas, Amy and Philip Savopoulos and Veralicia Figueroa.

'Got Him': Police Arrest Prime Suspect in Woodley Park Murders, Along with 5 Others

Late Thursday night, U.S. marshals and officers from the Metropolitan Police Department arrested Daron Dylon Wint, 34, the prime ...

Police Name, Search for Suspect in Woodley Park Murders

A pizza crust helped police name Daron Dylon Wint, 34, a suspect in the May 14 quadruple murders in Woodley Park. He is thought to be in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Mystery Cannonball Jumper to Celebrate D.C. Pools with Mayor Bowser

The Department of Parks and Recreation will officially open all District DPR 18 outdoor pools, 24 spray parks and four children's pools, as well as 11 indoor pools on Saturday.

D.C. Cracks Down on Unlicensed Rentals

That was the case when D.C. Superior Court Judge Maurice Ross ordered Douglas G. Jefferies, the owner of a ...

Police Seek Person of Interest in Quadruple Homicide in Woodley Park

The horrific and dramatic murder in a well-to-do D.C. neighborhood has made international headlines and hit home for those who knew them.

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