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DC Sees No New COVID-Related Deaths First Time in Two Months

The District of Columbia has recorded zero new deaths from COVID-19, the infectious disease caused by the coronavirus, Monday, May…

12 hours ago

Top Floor of Metro Headquarters Building in DC Bursts Into Flames

A fire broke out in a Northwest D.C. building that houses the headquarters of Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)…

16 hours ago

Take-Out and Delivery Alcohol May Become Permanent at DC Restaurants

The practice of offering alcohol to go at some bars and restaurants in the District of Columbia can be permanently…

1 day ago

Protesters Shut Down DC Streets to Call for More Social Distancing Space

A street safety advocacy group held an action on Memorial Day, blocking off streets in D.C. in protest of lack…

1 day ago

Events at RFK Campus Venues Postponed Until Further Notice

Events that were scheduled to take place on the RFK Campus from June 8 have been postponed by Events D.C.…

2 days ago

DC Launches Program to Give College Guidance for High School Graduates

D.C. Public Schools (DCPS) has started a new program titled “DCPS Persists” to provide college-bound graduates with a support network…

2 days ago

Memorial Day Events Live-Streamed This Year Due to Pandemic

D.C. residents, along with the rest of the country, are only able to view online many Memorial Day celebrations due…

3 days ago

USPS Offers $50,000 Reward for Info on Paintball Attacks Targeting DC Mail Carriers

The USPS is offering a reward of up to $50,000 for anyone with info on the suspects who hit five…

3 days ago

DC Likely to Start Reopening Next Friday, Mayor Bowser Says

Washington, D.C. could begin a staggered reopening starting from Friday, May 29 depending on coronavirus-related figures, according to Mayor Muriel…

6 days ago

National Building Museum Dismisses Dozens of Employees

The National Building Museum has decided to lay off more than 40 members of its staff, leaving only 20 employees…

6 days ago