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Shaw Community Dedicates Plaque for Cecelia’s Restaurant Owner

More than a hundred people gathered on the morning of Oct. 14 to dedicate a bronze plaque to Cecelia Penny Scott, legendary host of...

Draft Redistricting Maps Released

The DC Council’s Redistricting Subcommittee Committee released three draft maps on Nov. 1 in advance of its Nov. 3, Ward 6 hearing. The subcommittee...

The ABC’s of Redistricting

DC Council is gearing up for the start of the often-contentious redistricting process, undertaken by every state (and DC) every ten years. Normally, redistricting...

Bowser Extends Ticket Amnesty Program

Do you have a few pink slips in your glove box you still haven’t taken care of? A new four-month ticket amnesty program set to expire...

Art All Night Returns to Shaw

Shaw Celebrates National Night Out National Night Out, the annual event to strengthen ties between law enforcement and the community, came to Shaw the evening...

Apply for Utility and Rent Relief

The public health emergency has ended, suspending the moratorium on evictions, utility payments and late fees. Utilities such as DC Water announced that late...

Mayor Mandates COVID Vaccine for DC Employees

City employees will be required to get the COVID-19 vaccine as of Sept. 19, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) announced at a press conference Tuesday....

Shaw Streets

Puerto Rican Mayors Tour Shaw On Friday evening, July 2, Shaw Main Streets gave mayors from three cities in Puerto Rico, Yauco, Utuado and Guayanilla,...

Shaw Business Community Still Expanding

Shaw Business Community Upset Over Planned Cycletrack Businesses along Ninth Street in Shaw began to express concerns when the District’s Department of Transportation (DDOT) announced...

What’s Open and What’s Closed for Juneteenth?

On Thursday, June 17, President Joe Biden (D) signed a bill making Friday, June 18 a federal holiday, Juneteenth National Independence Day. The District will...