With Natalie Cole on stage, Georgetown University’s 13th annual Let Freedom Ring Celebration at the Kennedy Center honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and rocked the house.
Ready to be sold by GW, the Fillmore School property is listed for $14 million by TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.
Georgetowners of all stripes crowded in the grand room of the City Tavern Jan. 13 for another live presentation of CAG's oral history of the town.
As many held vigils in Europe for the Jan. 7 terrorist victims in Paris, Washingtonians also gathered at the Newseum to pay tribute to the 12 massacred by Islamic extremists.
McFadden's and Zanzibar have both been closed indefinitely after stabbings occurred inside both establishments.
Mayor Vince Gray is saying good-bye with a hearty handshake to friends and acknowledging his achievements -- and the bittersweet tug that he would have liked to serve four more years.
The 35th Street school is closed until September 2016 for redesign, renovation and additions. The interior of the school will contain an atrium and a new 850-seat theater. The rooftop will have a classroom along with limited-use space.
You know it is turning out to be a great day, when the Washington Redskins beat the Philadelphia Eagles, and so many other interesting things happen.
The Georgetown Business Association elected a totally new group of its top four officers at the Embassy of Ukraine, where U.S-Ukraine friendship was also recognized.
Confirmed: the popular Glover Park Hardware Store, at 2251 Wisconsin Ave. NW for almost 10 years, will close its door Jan. 15.
The hometown team may be up or down, but fans always want to have a winning style. So, the NFL ...
A Georgetowner newspaper tradition for decades, the naming of Georgetowners of the Year continues
Street lamps hold lighted evergreens. Store fronts show off their seasonal gifts. Shoppers walk along in earnest. Skaters are enjoying ...
A time-honored tradition returned last week, but Georgetown University managers were prepared to replace stolen hands from the clock tower.