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A series of “encampment” locations between the NoMa and Union Station Metro stops have experienced more frequent “re-cleaning” visits by city workers for at least two months.
A fire at the Arthur Capper Senior Public Housing Complex displaces 160 residents and leaves one senior trapped in the building for five days.
Residents of once-Sanford Capital owned properties are being sued for back pay following divestment of the low-income real estate firm’s assets to a receivership group.
The Washington Lawyers Committee recently released a report showing racial disparities in fare evasion enforcement by the Metro Transit Police.
The Way Home Campaign rallied advocates this morning for a series of informal meetings with councilmembers welcoming them back into session and reminding them to end chronic homelessness.
D.C. government, nonprofit organizations and citizens are responding to the most recent spike in synthetic drug overdoses.
Sanctuary DMV led a protest outside of the Wilson Building in August. They are calling for Mayor Muriel Bowser to respond to ICE separating families here in the metro D.C. area.
The National Museum of the American Indian hosted a candlelight vigil in honor of the Native American women who have been murdered or are currently missing.
At the “People’s Barbecue” in Baltimore City in August, local nonprofits offered resources to attendees.
An apartment fire in Southeast destroyed one unit and damaged three others. Neighbors are rallying to support those who were affected.
Despite the storm’s shift farther south, District low-barrier shelters will remain open from 5 p.m. Sept. 13 through 9 a.m. Sept. 17. with meals and water provided.
Residents of the Barry Farm housing development held a rally on Aug. 18 to halt demolition and to demand a seat at the table to discuss the redevelopment plan for the area.
$1.7 million grant from Bowser to pilot a center homeless advocates have been requesting for a decade
On Sunday, one year after the events of Charlottesville, a second white supremacy rally, in the nation’s capital, was met with overwhelming opposition. “Unite the Right 2” was over before it began and organizers backed away before their small demonstration was scheduled to commence.
Frederick Douglass: escaped slave, self-educated man, social reformer, abolitionist leader, and world-renowned orator. But according to local historian John Muller, his contributions to local Washington are often overlooked.
Leaders of Breadcoin said they aim to build a community around feeding hungry D.C. residents.
At a D.C. Council roundtable last month, the D.C. Department of Employment Services said it is implementing more training and hiring for its staff to make sure companies are complying with the First Source law.
There are 168 hours in a week. If you account for seven hours of sleep a day, there are only 119 hours available in seven days. In order to afford a one-bedroom rental in D.C., you would have to work more than 75 percent of those waking hours, according to a new study.
Is there any chance the problem of old poor versus new rich can be resolved satisfactorily in D.C.?