GU Hospital sued for $5 million after liver transplant snafu

Georgetown University Hospital failed to realize that a woman who died while waiting for a liver transplant was in the hospital, according a lawsuit filed in D.C. Superior Court. While Donna Roy was in the hospital in 2008,… Read More

Georgetown Public Library will re-open in October

For more than a year, rumors suggested that Georgetown Public Library would re-open in Fall 2010. Now, that target date is a bit more specific. According to a D.C. Public Library representative who contacted Georgetown Metropolitan, the library… Read More

Mr. Smith’s responds to disability lawsuit

The lawsuit filed by Georgetown student Taylor Price (MSB ’10) is moving al0ng, with Mr. Smith’s filing a response on November 9th to Price’s allegations. Price sued Mr. Smith’s in September for discriminating against him because he uses… Read More

Former D.C. Councilmember suing Georgetown tattoo parlor for $5 million

Last year, former D.C. Councilmember Harold Brazil was charged with assault for getting into a physical fight with an employee at Jinx Proof Tattoo parlor.  Brazil, then 59-year-old, walked into the M Street shop with two women, one… Read More

Updates on Taylor Price’s lawsuit against Mr. Smith’s

Last month, Georgetown student and wheelchair user Taylor Price (MSB ’10) filed a lawsuit against M Street bar Mr. Smith’s, claiming discrimination and seeking $75,000 in compensatory damages.  So how’s the case going? Earlier this month, the parties… Read More

Bad news for fashionistas: Bloomingdale’s won’t be coming to Georgetown after all

Last year, the Voice got excited by the prospect of Bloomingdale’s setting up shop in the Shops at Georgetown Park on M Street, but now it looks like it’s not to be: the department store has pulled out… Read More