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Groundbreaking on Shaw’s Parcel 42

In a recent review of Shaw’s projects in development, the real estate blog Urban Turf asked if Shaw was “DC’s Busiest Development Neighborhood?” In...

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Coalition on DC Bike Plans Holds Town Hall with DDOT Director Lott A virtual town hall on the installation of protected bicycle lanes was held...

New Bethel Baptist Church Continues Fight for Affordable Housing

New Bethel Baptist Church held a press conference the afternoon of Dec. 8 to announce the creation of the New Bethel Legal Defense Fund....

Shaw Gears Up for the Holidays

Shaw started off the holiday season this year with its celebration of Shaw Business Saturday on November 27, the neighborhood version of the national...

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...

Ribbon-Cutting for Banneker Academic High School in Shaw

Mayor Muriel Bowser along with councilmembers, educators and residents gathered on Saturday morning, Sept. 28, to cut a ribbon celebrating the opening of a...

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...

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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...

Neighbors Meet with District Officials to “Save Our Shaw”

  Following a horrific crime where a mother and her child were shot in their front yard, the Ward 6 Core Team of District agencies...