Streets in Georgetown area to undergo renewal project

Mayor Vincent Gray joined neighborhood leaders this past Thursday morning to break ground on the street renovation project that will be taking place in Georgetown over the next year. The project is targeted at O and P Streets—both… Read More

Georgetown tops Howard as D.C.’s top employer

According to Washington D.C.’s 2010 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, Georgetown University was the city’s largest employer in 2010. Howard University, which was the largest employer in 2009, fell to fifth on the list. Howard’s fall is attributed to financial… Read More

Mayor-elect Gray nominates GULC adjunct professor for Attorney General

A member of the Georgetown University Law Center faculty is likely joining incoming Mayor Vincent Gray’s administration. Irvin Nathan, pending confirmation from the D.C. council, will replace current Attorney General Peter Nickles. In 2007, Speaker of the House… Read More

GU’s 2010 Campus Plan gets nod in mayoral candidate debate

Well, what do you know—Foxhall residents have a few reasons hate the 2010 Campus Plan, too! At last night’s mayoral candidate debate, an audience member from Foxhall, an affluent neighborhood north of both the University and Burleith, asked… Read More

Ward 2 Councilman Jack Evans will run for City Council Chair

With current City Council Chairman Vincent Gray having confirmed that he will challenge Adrian Fenty for mayor in 2010, Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans (D), who represents over a dozen nearby neighborhoods along with Georgetown, where he resides,… Read More