Morning Digest: Bugs and sinkholes take DC

 Today there’s a chance of storms with a high of 88. To masticate today: Open house for the boat house: The National Park Service will hold an open house, have a presentation, and host a Q&A session about possible… Read More

D.C. Court dismisses Jack’s Boathouse’s case against District government

In a preliminary ruling last week, the United States Court for the District of Columbia dismissed Jack’s Boathouse’s case against the D.C. government, in which he claimed that the National Park Service no longer has jurisdiction over the… Read More

National Park Service chooses winning bid for Jack’s Boathouse site

The National Park Service has selected a company called B&G Outdoor Recreation to fill the the disputed Georgetown waterfront space currently owned by Jack’s Boathouse, according to a press release. On Jan. 18, the NPS sent out a… Read More

Update: Jack’s Boathouse to take National Park Service to court

Jack’s Boathouse, a popular Georgetown canoe and kayak rental establishment that has operated since 1945, is filing a complaint with the United States District Court for the District of Columbia this week to prevent the National Park Service… Read More

Updated: National Park Service expels Jack’s Boathouse from Georgetown waterfront

Update: Georgetown Patch reported Thursday that the National Park Service has put the eviction on hold for the time being due to public outcry. It remains unclear how long the NPS will continue leasing the waterfront property to… Read More

Georgetown’s boathouse plans delayed yet again

These days, $1,000,000 won’t get you very far—at least not on the shores of the Potomac. Despite spending seven figures on lobbying efforts aimed to get the National Park Service to approve the construction of a new boathouse… Read More

‘Splosions! On the Potomac! By Key Bridge!

This is exactly what it’s going to look like What do you get when cross  “elite Washington field office of the FBI and a team of agents with exceptional and diverse skills who are called together for only… Read More