Around Georgetown: Murder Trial, Aging In Place, Cupcakes, Hidden Books And a Police Update

Stories from our own backyard.

Morning sun reflects in the C&O Canal. (Photo by Michelle Peirano.)
Morning sun reflects in the C&O Canal. (Photo by Michelle Peirano.)
Sundays are a great day to ignore the chatter and just focus on what's going on at home.

Here are a few stories just about Georgetown: 

Georgetown Village Celebrates Second Year of 'Aging In Place'

And having fun, too.

Georgetown Police Beat: Robber Snatches Phone, Bar Fight Goes Bad

A compilation of noteworthy incidents reported by police and a weekly roundup of thefts, robberies and burglaries in Georgetown.

Court Reschedules Georgetown Murder Trial, Reviews Evidence

District of Columbia Court moved German expatriate Albrect Muth's trial in the death of his 91-year-old wife, Viola Drath, to a later date so that the court can determine if Muth's alleged past crimes should be addressed.

Small Business Success Story: Georgetown Cupcake

Once a small neighborhood joint, this bakery has risen to the top of Hollywood food fame. Do you think it still has the charm and cake quality that made it popular in the beginning?

Georgetown Book Exchange: Something You Can't Get Online

In the face of technology, this second-hand bookstore strives to out-date Wikibooks.


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