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The Numbers

Childcare is a critical part of our economy. A parent who can drop their child off in a quality childcare setting has peace of...

Managing a COVID Side Effect: High Utility Bills

Have you checked your utility bills lately? With the “away” settings on thermostats collecting virtual dust, home internet routers working overtime, our electricity, water,...

DC Health Wants Invitees to Get Antibody Testing

The District is asking families who received a letter inviting them to participate in a COVID-19 antibody survey to please come in for testing. Starting...

MidCity Outdoor Dining Options

Gradually our beloved Mid-City is coming back to life. Local restaurants and bars with patios, rooftops, and gardens have reopened for wining and dining....

Shopping Angels DC Seeks Volunteers

Shopping Angels DC is part of an international volunteer program designed to provide services to people deemed especially at-risk for COVID- 19. To help...

DC Water Assistance

DC Water is providing emergency relief to District residents struggling with unpaid water bills during the coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency and 105 days...

Convention Center Becomes Alternate Care Site

The Walter E. Convention Center has been converted into an alternate care site to support the District’s coronavirus (COVID-19) medical surge response. The Convention...

DC to Enter Phase I Reopening Friday

The Stay-at-Home Order will be lifted as of Friday, May 29, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) said Wednesday, May 27. The Mayor is expected to...

DC Could Begin Phased Reopening May 29

No date has been officially set, but at the May 21 presentation of the recommendations from the ReOpen DC Advisory Group, Mayor Muriel Bowser...

Changes to Primary Voting Due to COVID-19

Like everything else in the District, the 2020 elections will be affected by the outbreak of COVID-19. The District of Columbia Board of Elections...