D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray
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D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray will fight any charges that federal authorities may level against him for his role in his 2010 mayoral campaign, his attorney said Monday.
The DC Chamber of Commerce announced Tuesday that it will support the re-election bit of Mayor Vincent Gray in the Democratic primary on April 1.
More District of Columbia Public Schools students than ever are taking Advanced Placement courses, according to data released Feb. 11 from the College Board.
The District's minimum wage will be raised to $11.50 an hour in 2016.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray is set to officially begin his campaign in a ward he won overwhelmingly in 2010.
Mayor Vincent Gray — who, for one thing already has the name recognition over some of his Johnny-come-lately-opponents, and whose record of accomplishment clearly speaks for itself — stands a good chance at re-election.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray will host a citywide discussion on mental health on Saturday, Oct. 12 at the Washington Convention Center, in response to President Obama's call for an open dialogue on the subject.
District residents appear content with the mayor's performance, and many are urging him to run for re-election next year despite the scandals that have plagued his administration.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray has proclaimed May 25 as "Africa Day" in the District to commemorate the 50th anniversary of African Liberation Day.