Tag: District of Columbia
The District Department of Public Works is looking to hire more enforcement officers.
Tags: Department of Public Works, District of Columbia, illegally parked cars
Study Shows How Much Smokers Spend In A Lifetime
Tags: District of Columbia, Smoking, WalletHub
The savings amount to almost 500-dollars a year for electric bills, 300 for those who don’t have electric heat.
Tags: Discounted Utility Bills, District of Columbia, Water and sewer
James Butler discusses his platform in his quest to become the next mayor of the District of Columbia.
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DC Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie talks about his reparations bills.
Tags: District of Columbia, Kenyan McDuffie (D) Councilman, Nkechi Taifa, reparations, Slavery, The National African American Reparations Commission, Ward 5
George Valentine was the Deputy Director of the Mayor’s Office of Legal Counsel
Tags: coronavirus, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, DC Legal Manager Dies Of Covid-19, Deputy Director, District of Columbia, George Valentine, Mayor’s Office of Legal Counsel
AG Racine sends cease-and-desist letters to stop price gouging by DC stores and online vendors.
Tags: Attorney General Karl A. Racine, coronavirus, COVID-19 price gouging, District of Columbia
Community Calls For Additional Lighting In SE
Tags: DC's Alabama Avenue Is Too Dark, District of Columbia, Public Safety
DC Statehood Poll
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DC To Hold Public Hearing On Bill To Decriminalize Sex Trade
Tags: Could DC Decriminalize Prostitution?, District of Columbia, Public Safety
The District has trained liaison to assist students who meet the federal definition for homelessness.
Tags: 000 DC Students Are Homeless, DC homeless kids, District of Columbi, District of Columbia, New Report Finds More Than 5
Poverty holds fast in the District of Columbia, especially for children.
Tags: Children, Darius Baxter, DC Action for Children, DC Kids Count Report, District of Columbia, Good Projects, poverty, Shana Bartley
The Attorney General of The District of Columbia discusses the rise in the DC homicide rate and efforts to reduce it.
Tags: DC Attorney General Karl Racine, DC Homicide Rate, District of Columbia