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Monday, June 25, 2018

Creating a Culture of Learning: CHM@L Tutoring Program

“Well, don’t tell me, tell them,” says Robert St. Cyr, prompting the nine-year-old boy at the whiteboard to speak to four of his peers...

CHRS House & Garden Tour

The CHRS 61st annual House & Garden Tour takes place Mother’s Day weekend, May 12 from 4 to 7 p.m.; and May 13 from...

St. Joseph’s: A 150-Year-Old Cornerstone of the Community

“There was the Capitol Buildings, and there was St. Joseph’s,” says Father William Gurnee of the origins of St. Joseph’s on the Hill, the...

Capitol Hill BID Celebrates 15 Years

The Capitol Hill Business Improvement District (BID) is celebrating 15 years of service to the Capitol Hill community this year. The BID was recently...

Faithfully Bearing His Cross: Buddy Harrison

Lord, grant us strength of purpose that we may faithfully bear our crosses each day. ―Concluding prayer, Seventh Station of the Cross, “Jesus Bears the...

Clean-Up Crew Kicks Off Earth Month With Expansion

Maybe you saw them Saturday, sweeping throughout the Hill with gloves and large, black garbage bags: more than sixty volunteers of the Capitol Hill...

2018 Winners of Capitol Hill Community Achievement Awards

Each spring, the Capitol Hill Community Foundation recognizes individuals who have – in all sorts of different ways -- made our neighborhood a...

Support Non-Profit ‘Serve Your City’ At Lavagna

Capitol Hill-based non-profit Serve Your City (SYC) works to provide underserved youth with equal opportunity through education and athletic programs. You can support this...

Attend Community Clean-Up Kick Off Event Saturday

In August 2017, Hill East volunteers began doing once-a-month, hour-long litter pick-up on their neighborhood streets. Volunteers start near the 7-Eleven (1501 Independence Ave...

The Springs Return to Springhouse Run

It has always been pretty clear that to restore the Anacostia the way we all want and hope requires a lot of work on...