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  • Georgetown track program under a second investigation

    WASHINGTON — The Georgetown University track program is under investigation by the school for the second time this year. The university said in a statement Friday that an investigation of the men’s track and field…

  • Old Georgetown Theater gets new life as commercial space

    The Georgetown Theater on Wisconsin Avenue at O Street NW stopped showing movies in the 1980s, and was converted into a store. Soon, it will serve a new purpose.

  • Man’s body found in water in Georgetown

    WASHINGTON — Police in D.C. are investigating after a man’s body was found in Georgetown Monday afternoon. The man, identified as Ronald Arthur Windsor, 47, of Vale, North Carolina, was found after 5 p.m. on…

  • DC’s first cat cafe now open in Georgetown

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Washington’s first “cat cafe” is open. Crumbs & Whiskers opened Saturday on O Street in Georgetown. Visitors can interact with cats that live at the cafe, and they can order food and…

  • Fulbright recipient ID’d as second person dead in Dupont Circle fire

    WASHINGTON — Both people killed in a Wednesday morning row home fire in Dupont Circle have been identified. On Thursday night, the Metropolitan Police Department identified Michael Patrick McLoughlin, 24, as one of those killed.…

  • Georgetown to hold free outdoor fitness classes this summer

    WASHINGTON — Free outdoor fitness classes will be available in Georgetown Waterfront Park through September as part of the Georgetown Business Improvement District’s “Healthy Days of Summer” promotion. The promotion, which kicks off June 8, includes classes and…

  • Georgetown air gondolas gain traction, funding for study

    WASHINGTON — Why build a new bridge over the Potomac River when a sky gondola would do the trick — at least, that’s what the Georgetown Business Improvement District says. The organization proposed a gondola…

  • Georgetown widens sidewalks for weekend foot traffic

    WASHINGTON — Elbow room is tight along Georgetown’s sidewalks during an average weekend. Throw in the masses arriving for the peak bloom of the cherry trees, and there could really be congestion. But the Georgetown…

  • Georgetown residents discuss parking solutions

    WASHINGTON — Finding parking in D.C. can be tough, and planners working to ease the problem are now trying a neighborhood-by-neighborhood approach. “We want to look at how we take city-wide policies [and] apply them…

  • Georgetown residents talk traffic, parking, Metro

    WASHINGTON — Georgetown’s terrible traffic and the hope for a Metro station were the hot topics at Wednesday’s transportation-focused meeting of the Citizens Association of Georgetown. Traffic signals along M Street between the Whitehurst Freeway…

  • High bidders clear out Rhino Bar after auction (Photos)

    Rhino Bar, a Georgetown landmark for 17 years, was emptied out Monday after an auction over the weekend.

  • Fans mixed after ’50 Shades of Grey’ premiere

    WASHINGTON — As the credits began to roll on “50 Shades of Grey,” the tried-and-true fans out late on a Thursday night to get the first peek at the anticipated movie did not react. They…

  • Rabbi accused of voyeurism won’t leave synagogue-owned home

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A Georgetown rabbi accused of recording female congregants in a ritual bath won’t leave his synagogue-owned home. WJLA-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1z1ycsL ) that the board of Kesher Israel synagogue is trying to evict…

  • Take a tour of a former NFL commissioner’s D.C. home

  • Car goes into water in D.C.

    WASHINGTON — An empty car, that was possibly abandoned, ended up in the Potomac River at Fletcher’s Boathouse in Georgetown. U.S. Park Police say they received a call about the car at 6:48 a.m. Thursday. Police…