“It was an opportunity to fix up the park,” says John Richardson, founder of the Friends of Volta Park, matter-of-factly ...
The Bank of Georgetown is no more. The $269 million acquisition by United Bankshares, Inc., was completed over the weekend.
After years of planning and work, a classic Georgetown building is reborn — and set to bring a renaissance to a mediocre stretch of Wisconsin Avenue.
One of Georgetown's oldest and noted citizens, Frida Burling, died May 26 at her Washington, D.C., home, surrounded by her family.
During his D.C. stay, Neil Maes — who uses cochlear implants to hear — visited, appropriately, the Georgetown nonprofit of Alexander Graham Bell, teacher of the deaf.
Georgetown Business Association members met at the Volta Bureau on 35th Street, home of AG Bell, which aims to welcome more guests during its 125th anniversary.
Georgetown gardens were opened on Saturday for the 88th year — with the weather cooperating and a steady stream of delighted visitors.
More or less, it started Thursday at Gloria Dittus’s house with Women & Journalists Awards, the Tinder-Independent Journal Review party ...
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Saturday's Georgetown House Tour clocked ticket sales close to 1,500. The Patrons' Party was also memorable, as usual, and a record breaker.
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The Sunday morning discovery of a death at 1401 33rd St. NW stunned the quiet ...
The 49-room luxury property has new owners, new management and a new name.
In: Carol Joynt Bounces to ‘Hardball’
Author, journalist, Georgetowner and businesswoman Carol Ross Joynt has landed on her feet yet ...
The Sky's the Limit: Down-to-Earth Jill and Scott Altman ‘Take Command’ of the 2016 Georgetown House Tour
It comes but once a year, one of Georgetown’s peak experiences, when homes open up on an April day ...