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Whitman-Walker Health broke ground on its new health center, slated to open in 2023 on St. Elizabeths Campus East in Southeast D.C.
Bar owners are excited but awaiting further guidance about the District's plan to end COVID-19 restrictions on June 11.
Landmark bill would prohibit discrimination against LGBTQ people in multiple areas of daily life
Grants from fund are targeted for restaurants, taverns, and eateries experiencing financial stress due to COVID-19
Installation in District's Dupont Circle neighborhood is part of the Department of Transportation's Art in the Right of Way program
Mayor Muriel Bowser has also renamed a section of 16th Street to Black Lives Matter Plaza
Advocates say political leaders need to stand up against rhetoric that scapegoats Asians for current pandemic
Order clarifies guidelines for social distancing and use of face coverings when venturing outside the home
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has issued a stay-at-home order for all District residents, following the lead of Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) and Virginia Gov....
Mayor encourages District residents to stay home, but does not issue shelter-in-place order
Measures are intended to promote "social distancing" to "flatten the curve" of the COVID-19 pandemic
"The show has such diverse talent that there's something that appeals to everyone."
Bill seeks to protect LGBTQ adults who are unable to make their own health care decisions
At-Large candidate says she'd bring different perspectives to the Council as both a businesswoman and as a community activist
Martin Moulton, Bruce Majors, and Ethan and Joe Bishop-Henchman on why they believe the Libertarians can be D.C.'s second party