Robert Devaney

Georgetown Stops for Karzai, Who Sees Afghanistan ‘Moving Forward’

Afghan President Hamid Karzai visited Georgetown University Jan. 11 to give a speech, entitled “Afghanistan Beyond 2014: A Perspective on ...

Georgetowners of the Year for 2012

A Georgetowner newspaper tradition for decades, the naming of Georgetowners of the Year for 2012 focuses on a citizen, business ...

Last Edition of This Third Edition

The Third Edition, part of Capital Restaurant Concepts which includes J. Paul’s, Paolo’s, Neyla’s and Old Glory ...

Georgetown Biz Group Honors Achievers, Affirms New Officers

The Georgetown Business Association held its Annual Meeting and Holiday Soiree at Dumbarton House Dec. 12, affirming its 2013 officers ...

Georgetown Stops for Karzai, Who Sees Afghanistan 'Moving Forward'

Hamid Karzai, President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, gave a relaxed speech at Georgetown University Jan. 11. Commuters, stopped for his motorcade, were not so relaxed.

Afghan President to Speak at Hilltop Friday

Afghan President Hamid Karzai visits the White House during a time of transition for his country and will speak at Georgetown University Jan. 11.

DDOT Parking Meeting Set for Jan. 16

The parking meeting on Jan. 16 at Hardy School gives you a chance to voice your suggestions to DDOT.

ANC Sides With Residents, Opposes Bowling Alley If Noise Agreement Not Made

The advisory neighborhood commission of Georgetown, Burleith and Hillandale weighs on a bowling alley proposed for the former Shops at Georgetown Park.

Repairs to Close Lanes on Pennsylvania Avenue Bridge

Watch out for closed lane on the Pennsylvania Avenue Bridge during off-peak hours.

Jack's Boathouse Eviction Put on Hold; Future Uncertain

Jack's Boathouse gets a reprieve from the National Park Service -- but for how long?

Jack's Boathouse Lease Canceled

A week before Christmas, the National Park Service canceled its lease with Jack's Boathouse, which has been asked to leave its riverside location by the end of January.

7th Annual Georgetown Jingle Rings in for Pediatric Oncology

For the seventh time, Georgetown Jingle, a benefit to fight cancer, filled the Fours Seasons with Yuletide fun, food, song and design.

America Mourns

President Barack Obama ordered that all flags at government buildings, military installations and naval vessels be flown at half-staff through ...

Georgetown Biz Group Honors 2012 Achievers, Affirms 2013 Officers

The Georgetown Business Association wrapped up the year at a festive soiree at Dumbarton House Dec. 12.

Curtin Winsor, Bank of Georgetown Co-Founder, Dies

Georgetown resident and banker Curtin Winsor died suddenly Dec. 11.

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