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The May Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting is Monday, April 30.
Board votes to eliminate 'peak of the peak' surcharge at Thursday meeting, but moves forward on other increases
'Survival of the fittest may be okay for Social Darwinists but not for followers of the gospel of compassion and love.'
Judge Russell F. Canan agrees to prosecution's request to have its own experts evaluate Georgetown murder suspect Albrecht Muth.
Stoddert Elementary was the only D.C. Public School to earn the title of 'Green Ribbon School' in the program's inaugural year.
Though physicians will be able to recommend the drug, doctors have concerns about side effects and federal law.
At a Town Hall meeting Thursday, Ward 2 residents questioned Mayor Gray on the proposed 2013 D.C. budget. From longer school days to expanded automatic enforcement of traffic violations and an overhauled taxi system, here's what to expect in the coming ye
Now that D.C. Public Schools have proven cafeterias can have healthier food, the challenge now is to scale it across the entire system.
With healthier food items, more students are choosing cafeteria meals.
'Healthy food doesn’t have to be bland or tasteless. It can taste good, but you really need to take the time.'
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