The D.C. government has outlined four “allocation phases” for locals to get vaccinated, prioritizing individuals who face a higher risk of infection.
Email malware has targeted users in the GW community, jeopardizing personal financial information records, according to an email from GW IT Thursday.
Local community members elected a new president of the Foggy Bottom Association and charted plans to guide the neighborhood through the year.
Metro officials are proposing major service cutbacks for fiscal year 2022 amid a massive budget shortfall, according to an agency proposal released Monday.
Peter Newsham, the District’s chief of police, will depart the Metropolitan Police Department, according to a press release Tuesday.
Mayor Muriel Bowser tightened D.C. COVID-19 restrictions Monday, trimming capacity numbers for in-person gatherings and limiting business operations.
Thinking GW would quickly deplete the 1,500 additional room openings this spring, students said they looked for off-campus housing instead.
Metro will start scaling back rail service next year, as the agency’s Board of Directors approved a set of budget cuts necessitated by revenue shortfalls.
A local governing body voted to urge the presidential transition team to strip down protective fencing surrounding the White House.
After D.C. police spent millions in excess overtime funding this summer, the D.C. Council voted Tuesday to require MPD to report overtime costs more frequently.