A woman is suing the GW Hospital for medical negligence, alleging doctors permanently injured her newborn infant when she was giving birth in 2008.
As CARES Act funding expires, Metro officials are bracing for the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic to drive the agency into a deeper “financial crisis.”
Senior and local Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner James Harnett is vying to represent Ward 2 on the D.C. State Board of Education.
Students will be able to order free delivery from local restaurants this fall through Grubhub as part of a new partnership with the app.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority will start passing out 500,000 cloth masks to local commuters, according to a DCist report.
The D.C. Council voted Tuesday to advance plans to launch a new facility run by the majority owner of GW Hospital in Southeast D.C.
Metro Transit Police Department officers arrested a person across the street from International House for shattering a Metrobus door Tuesday.
A local governing body voted Wednesday to expand a slew of sidewalks on campus to allow pedestrians to socially distance when walking outdoors.
The D.C. Council repealed police reform legislation Tuesday, rolling back provisions involving the use of nondeadly force.
A person assaulted a police officer at the GW Hospital Sunday, according to a Metropolitan Police Department report.