WASHINGTON — A water main break in Northwest D.C. has caused three schools to close Thursday. Cleveland, Garrison and Seaton elementary schools are closed for students and staff Thursday. Additionally, students and staff from Duke Ellington High School will all report only to the Meyer campus Thursday. All other District of Columbia Public Schools are open…
WASHINGTON — Winter break is still a week off, but students at Ballou High School are anxious for it to be over. Come January, a shiny new facility with 87 classrooms, bio-technology labs, art spaces and a mechanic training shop will open. “Man, this place is just the bomb,” Mayor Vince Gray said, looking around…
WASHINGTON — The District Department of Transportation says a portion of the Southeast Freeway has been successfully converted to a boulevard, and that the new road may open to traffic in a matter of weeks. Joe Dorsey, a project manager with DDOT, says crews are putting the finishing touches on the road. “It is getting…
WASHINGTON — It can be easy to forget, what with all the political posturing and deal-making that such projects require, who really benefits when a professional team gets a new stadium. Everyone always wants to declare a winner. The team won. The real estate developer won. When D.C. United’s new Buzzard Point stadium was finally…
DC Water is warning customers in the Shaw and upper Logan Circle area not to drink the water.
The D.C. Council approved the District of Columbia Soccer
Stadium Act of 2014 on Wednesday.
One dresses sharply; the other holds up banks in Alexandria and Annandale.
Singer Chris Brown\’s bodyguard Christopher Hollosy has been given a 90-day suspended jail sentence, 1-year probation and ordered to perform 24 hours of community service for breaking the nose of a Beltsville man last year.
In an effort to step in and stop the District from legalizing
recreational marijuana, some in Congress may have tripped instead.
D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier says recent national events echoed here at home have challenged the morale in her department and she\’s working to combat it.
D.C., like many other communities across the nation, has a problem with aging infrastructure. And Tuesday commuters experienced first hand the problems warn out pipes can create. But to fix all of the weak and inadequate pipes is slow and expensive.
Volunteering overall may be on the decline but the District penultimate in people devoting their time to Peace Corps.
One of the National Zoo\’s newest additions is worth shouting about.
Three Metro lines are up and running Tuesday morning after a
water main break caused a major headache for commuters on the rail and the
The National Chanukah Menorah on the Ellipse will be lit in a ceremony on Tuesday.