Listen to this week’s episode to catch up on news you may have missed over the summer. Also, get tips for the new school year from Hatchet staff members.
GW will contribute more than $75 million over 10 years to the construction of a new hospital in Southeast D.C.
Metro is encouraging Orange, Silver and Blue line riders to find alternate transportation for the next two weeks during construction work.
The Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission on Wednesday approved plans for a deck on the H Street side of Gelman Library.
The D.C. Water and Sewer Authority warned some District residents Friday to boil their tap water before cooking or drinking “until further notice.”
The D.C. Council introduced several measures Tuesday, including legislation that would ban plastic straws at all District restaurants.
The Fosun Foundation, a Chinese arts and culture nonprofit organization, gifted $300,000 to GW in May to support a business development competition.
Thousands of people filled Lafayette Square Saturday to protest the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy.
Developers broke ground on a project to renovate the former Thaddeus Stevens Elementary School and construct an office building at 2100 L St. NW Monday.
A research team will use a $3 million grant to study the effects of a California ban on using antibiotics on livestock.