Navigating the city on Jan. 20 will be a challenge no matter how you go about it because of the thousands of tourists, road closures and transportation.
The Downtown West Transportation Planning Study began in April and will continue throughout the next year.
The University is almost finished with interior demolition and began structural work on a trio of townhouses on F Street.
D.C. issued development permits last week for a construction company to develop a string of GW-owned properties on Pennsylvania Avenue.
West End Market will have its liquor license back in time for classes after serving a 30 day suspension by D.C.’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. The market on Pennsylvania Avenue near Georgetown will be able to resume selling alcoholic beverages August 20, according to a document from the agency that regulates liquor licenses in the […]
Two suspects are now in custody after an attempted off-campus carjacking early Wednesday morning, a Metropolitan Police Department spokeswoman confirmed.
Since the comments, Macy’s, NBC and Univision, the Spanish-language network that broadcasts beauty pageants sponsored by Trump, announced they would cut ties with him.
An Amstel Light beer garden, wine tastings and the world’s largest grill will crop up during the two-day festival.
There is a push to make the area more “vibrant.” With the 3,000 business in the Golden Triangle, some say it would benefit the community to convert some of the spaces into apartment buildings, adding more residential buildings to the area and attracting new types of businesses.
About 30 people marched from Chinatown to outside the Corcoran’s 17th Street building Tuesday protesting against police brutality, one day after Baltimore erupted in riots.