A Look Back at the Top Stories in Georgetown
Here's what happened this past week...
In case you weren't checking into Georgetown Patch every day (and if you didn't, you should start by signing up for our daily email newsletter), here is a round-up of what happened around our neighborhood this week.
Moving right along, on Tuesday, Patch profiled a Georgetown University Law student who will represent Haiti in the London Olympics, as well as local athletes throughout the metro region who will be participating in the summer games.
Not to be forgotten, the Board of Zoning Adjustment approved a big new commercial project for 31st Street.
We've made it to hump day! Here's some good news: Farmers Fishers Bakers unveiled re-design plans for the restaurant, which flooded on the Georgetown Waterfront last year.
On Thursday, murder suspect Albrecht Muth was back in D.C. court. One doctor from St. Elizabeths Hospital told Judge Russel F. Canan she needed more time to evaluate Muth to determine if he is mentally competent to stand trial.
We also reported on a sexual assault near the Georgetown waterfront and how students at local public schools in Georgetown scored much higher on the most recent round of standardized tests than students in other parts of the District.
It's finally Friday and all things Olympics have reached a fever pitch. We've got Olypmics trivia (the winner gets a $25 Visa gift card) and how you can get in on the summer games action right here in Georgetown.