Robert Devaney

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.

Georgetown Rabbi Sentenced to 6 1/2 Years for Voyeurism

Barry Freundel, former rabbi of Kesher Israel Congregation at 28th and N Streets NW, was sentenced to six-and-a-half years in ...

Obama at Georgetown: 'It's Hard Being Poor'

A unique panel met May 12 at Georgetown University's Gaston Hall to discuss the difficult topic of poverty in America. One of the panelists happened to be the President of the United States.

It's the Garden Tour but a People Show, Too

Saturday's Georgetown Garden Tour – the 87th annual – showed off eight of the town's gardens, different in its own way -- and brought friends and neighbors together.

Murder Case of Albrecht Muth to Become Film, Starring Christoph Waltz

The life-and-death drama of Viola Drath and her murderous husband Albrecht Muth -- dubbed "The Worst Marriage in Georgetown" -- is set to become a movie.

Fire Shutters Good Stuff Eatery

A kitchen fire at 8 a.m. Saturday, May 2, shut down Good Stuff Eatery at 3291 M St. NW ...

Hops, Cask & Barrel Replaces Wagner's

Hops, Cask & Barrel, associated with Sherry's Liquor of Woodley Park, 2627 Connecticut Ave. NW, is set to take over ...

Bank of Georgetown Celebrates 10 Years

Founded in 2005, Bank of Georgetown is celebrating 10 years in business. Chartered in D.C., the bank was cofounded ...

Fire Shutters Good Stuff Eatery

A kitchen fire on Saturday morning shut down Good Stuff Eatery at 3291 M St. NW on May 2. There were no injuries, and the fire caused minimal damage.

Watergate Evacuated After Parking Garage Collapse

Updated 5:30 p.m.

A three-story, partial collapse of a parking garage occurred around 10 a.m. Friday, May ...

Hillary Clinton Finishes April Fundraisers in D.C.

Candidate Hillary Clinton visited the Georgetown home of Elizabeth Frawley Bagley on 29th Street in Georgetown for an afternoon fundraising luncheon April 30.

Board Votes No to Historic Status for Heating Plant

The vote by the D.C. Historic Preservation Review Board allows an easier path for design review and approval for the development of the West Heating Plant on 29th Street in Georgetown.

White House Correspondents’ Weekend: More Mindful of Journalists, Still Fun

One of Washington's biggest party weekends has come and gone. A bit dialed back, it remains a sight to see and be seen, whether in a garden in Georgetown and at the cavernous Washington Hilton.

Tom Moser, Maine's Wizard of Wood

"We give a second life to trees," said Thomas Moser, founder of Thos. Moser Handmade American Furniture, whose company seems ...

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