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Monday, February 6, 2023

The Numbers

A recently announced plan to redevelop 14 public housing developments in the District could be great news for tenants living in inhumane conditions —...

Student Loan Relief Announced 

ICYMI: District residents who are struggling to pay private education loans due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency can take advantage of expanded...

Art All Night Comes Back to Shaw

Over 20,000 people filled the streets of Shaw on Sept. 23, to attend the Sixth Art All Night festival held by Shaw Main Streets. The festival...

Recycling: From Blue Bins to Uncertainty

Melinda, a resident of Northwest, considers herself a conscientious environmental citizen. Like many of her neighbors, she is troubled by climate change and the...

Parking Corrals for Dockless Vehicles 

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) has announced a plan to install 100 off-sidewalk dockless scooter and bike parking corrals over the next several months. DDOT will...

East Side News

Color Comes to Construction Anyone who has driven through or past the Union Market District knows that it is changing every day. In that spirit,...

Shaw Streets – September 2017

Shaw Celebrates President Obama’s Birthday Over 150 people gathered on the evening of Aug. 4 to celebrate former President Barack Obama’s 56th birthday. The commemoration...

The Numbers

Many folks who are incarcerated look forward to their release date and life on the outside – from spending time with loved ones to...

Our River: The Anacostia

The plan to build a multi-purpose park over the Anacostia River on the concrete pilings of the old 11 Street Bridge continues to make...

Programs, Resources and Services for Financial Literacy Month

April is Financial Literacy Month, and District residents can participate in free educational programs, resources and services that promote inclusive prosperity, economic growth and...