During the same year as the Battle of Antietam and a brutal Civil War, a small, God-loving church was founded in the oldest neighborhood in the nation's capital.
Mayor Gray, DDOT Officials, Community Leaders to Celebrate Completion of the O and P Streets Rehab Project
They will cut the ribbon tomorrow morning to mark the completion of the O and P Street Rehabilitation Project.
In a stirring and perfectly cadenced service, America said good-bye to astronaut Neil Armstrong at the National Cathedral.
Suitsupply opened its third U.S. store Aug. 30; the others are in New York and Chicago. Next to the ...
Whatever you think of Rev. Moon, at least thank him for not letting D.C. become a one-newspaper town.
After 18 years as the face of Georgetown University at so many neighborhood projects and events, a woman who strove ...
Workmen at O and Potomac Streets pressed down the last stones for the O and P Street Rehabilitation Project which ...
Mayor Vincent Gray, Ward 2 Councilman Jack Evans and other District officials broke ground for the Montrose, once the Henry ...
After being honored by the community six days before, Timothy Downs died peacefully at his home on Aug. 22.
The new store, Suitsupply, ramps up the men's fashion scene in Georgetown, just in time for Fashion Night Out.
Community leader Tim Downs passed away Wednesday morning, Aug. 22.
After two years, the O and P Street Project, which constricted traffic and parking spaces to preserve historic tracks and stones, is almost complete.
BREAKING NEWS: Early Friday morning, Aug. 24, a burglar broke into the newly opened M&T Bank at 1420 Wisconsin Ave., NW. The suspect fled before police arrived, and no cash was taken.
The Georgetown Business Association met Aug. 22 at the freshly renovated Tony & Joe's, set to re-open Sept. 5.
Georgetown University students return -- and other Hoya news.