Assault 2112 F St. 5/9/14 – 11:18 a.m. Case closed A woman reported that a man had struck her with the butt of a pistol in an office building next to The Dakota. She suffered a gash to her forehead. The suspect fled the scene in a black BMW. – Referred to the Metropolitan Police […]
The owners will open doors to Soi 38 on Monday, offering traditional Thai street food.
University administrators have yet to pick a developer for its 11-story office building along Pennsylvania Avenue, which local business owners say has left them in the lurch.
About a half-dozen stores in Foggy Bottom’s main shopping center are hurting as big-name chains have opened nearby, a sign of financial hardship that’s threatening the oldest and smallest businesses on campus.
Seth Weinshel, director of GW Housing, said the University will spend the next few months gauging demand from faculty and graduate students for the nearly 50-year-old residence hall, which will receive a $35 million facelift by 2016.
A study pinpointing 5,800 gas leaks across the city spotted several on campus.
GW’s largest residence hall for graduate students, the Hall on Virginia Avenue, will also open to professors after a two-year renovation project estimated to cost about $35 million.
D.C. residents voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to give the District power to spend its own tax dollars without congressional approval – a victory for the city’s home-rule advocates. Eighty-three percent of residents voted in favor of the referendum for D.C. budget autonomy, which would give the city’s mayors control over 70 percent of its $9.6 billion […]
When the federal government was on the verge of a budget collapse in 2011, alumna Tammy Duckworth became increasingly dissatisfied with her congressman, a vocal proponent of a government shutdown.
After spending the night on a YMCA gym floor, students gulped down coffee at a local diner and piled into cars for their 11-hour work days.