American University's Black Student Alliance held a forum earlier this month after hundreds took to Twitter and wrote about their experiences as students of color at the school.
The D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) will open registration for Spring Break Camp on Monday, March 3 at 10 a.m.
John Suau, a widely recognized global expert in arts and collections management, cultural partnerships and diversity, will join the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., as executive director on March 3.
A group of District students moved one step closer to winning $20,000 in grants and Samsung tablets in a national competition last month.
Individuals passing the aging and empty Victorian-style brick row house at 1538 9th Street Northwest between P and Q Streets might not think about its famous former occupant, renowned educator and historian Carter G. Woodson.
To call Bobby Okereke’s route to a college football scholarship unconventional would be an understatement.
A consortium of community and civil rights groups are pressuring Maryland legislators to commit to a six month moratorium on foreclosures in the state amid concerns of irregularities in the proceedings.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray, Victor L. Hoskins, the deputy mayor for Planning and Economic Development and Rosalynn Hughey, the interim director of the Office of Planning, announced Wednesday a plan to support District-led career training and business development projects for ...
D.C. Council member Tommy Wells, the chairman of the Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety and mayoral hopeful, sent a letter to D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray on Tuesday demanding that Paul Quander, the deputy mayor for public safety and ...
A steady and, at times, heavy snowfall early Tuesday ultimately proved inconsequential, save for a few headaches during the morning rush hour. Be prepared, however — Wednesday morning could be a repeat, only this time the snow will stick around ...
While there are 60,000 returning citizens in D.C. who have pressing concerns and are politically motivated, only three of the eight mayoral candidates showed up at a recent candidates' forum to hear and address those concerns.
The Links Foundation Inc., an international nonprofit, has agreed to give the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall a $1 million gift.
The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Public Safety released a blistering report Friday detailing the multiple failings of D.C. firefighters at a Rhode Island Avenue station and dispatchers that resulted in the death of an elderly resident.
People who work for U.S. senators, representatives, committees and the support staff on Capitol Hill generally do not have time to go out into the District because they are working long hours helping to conduct the nation's business. A few ...
Two years ago, when his six-year-old son Miles said he wanted to play full-contact football, Bruce Lancaster faced a difficult decision. Miles' alternative to football came in the form of an uncommon sport in Prince George's County: Lacrosse.