Wednesday, May 18, 2022


DC Officials Promote Mental Health Hotline for Free Mental Support

DC Mayor Muriel Bowser has encouraged residents to benefit from the city's free mental health hotline in a statement.

Nurses Protested Working Conditions in DC; More Marches Planned

Thousands of nurses gathered in downtown Washington on May 12 to protest their current working conditions, including staff shortage.

Best Pest Control Services in Washington DC: They Sort It Out Effectively

Most of us cannot even stand the possibility of spotting an insect in our homes. Here are the best pest control services in Washington DC.

Have You Lost All Your Data? Don’t Panic! They Are Here to Recover It

Data loss may happen due to various reasons but it is never irreversible. These are the best data recovery services in Washington DC.

Metro Ridership Still Below Pandemic Levels But Exceeds Forecasts

Metro ridership has surpassed predicted levels through the first three quarters of 2022 by 40 percent, while remaining below pre-pandemic levels.

DC Circulator Bus Drivers End Strike After Three Days

The union which represents DC Circulator bus drivers announced the end of a three-day strike after reaching an agreement with their employer.

Best Vintage Clothing Stores in Washington DC

Best clothes from the 70s or 80s are easily accessible if you know the right shop. Check out the best vintage clothing stores in Washington DC.

Metro Transit Police Launch New Safety Program to Fight Crime

Metro Transit Police introduced new safety initiatives to increase police visibility on buses, trains, and in stations to curb crime.