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DC Opens COVID Testing Site Monday at UMC

The District’s Testing Triage Call Center at United Medical Center is now open for priority groups. The District of Columbia is offering free, appointment-required testing...

Further Metro Service Reductions Monday

On Friday, Metro announced further reductions in service that begin Monday, Arpil 6. As part of ongoing efforts to limit exposure to the COVID-19 virus,...

For First Time in 17 Years, Streetsense Goes Digital

Streetsense Media. You know your local seller, you love them —and maybe you won’t see them for a while. The Street Sense vendors may...

Hill Woman Amasses ‘Small DC Army’ of Coronavirus Volunteers

Allison McGill is just getting home from dropping off dinner to an elderly neighbor when I get her on the phone. Unable to leave...

DPR Closures

DC has closed all recreation centers, aquatic centers and playgrounds. In addition, gated parks and athletic fields are also shuttered. Residents should not congregate...

Should You Wear A Face Mask?

On Wednesday, the Mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti, recommended that city residents wear face coverings to perform essential tasks. Issued the same day,...

BID Helps Kids Get Meals

While the District is supplying meals to students free of charge, students must still collect them. For some families, venturing outside to do so...

Hill Restaurants Offering Pick-Up and Delivery

At the end of a long day of tele-working, home-schooling, refereeing kids and trying to clean up the mess, the last thing you want...

Jrink Partners to Offer More than Juice Delivery

Here’s some juicy gossip: Local juice bar Jrink, which started seven years ago as a delivery service, is returning to its roots to avoid...

Mayor to Residents: “Stay Home!”

On March 30, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) issued an order directing residents to shelter in place until April 24. “Our message remains the same: stay...
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