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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

MAGGIE FOUBERG/THE HOYA | Many residents cited issues already present in the area, including lack of parking and already present foot traffic congestion as reasoning against the renovation plans.

Local Residents Vocalize Fears About Increased Canal Traffic

By Nick Verni November 15, 2019

A group of Georgetown residents expressed doubt that the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal can accommodate the increased traffic the National Park Service’s preferred canal revitalization plan could bring to...

District Ranked 4th-Best US City to Live

By Jeanine Santucci February 10, 2017

Washington, D.C., is the fourth-best city to live in the United States based on factors such as quality of life and desirability, according to a study from U.S. News and World Report released Tuesday,...

M Street Temporarily Widens Sidewalks

By Aly Pachter April 7, 2016

The Georgetown Business Improvement District has begun temporarily expanding the sidewalks of M Street NW by eight feet every Saturday and Sunday to accommodate increased foot traffic, beginning the weekend...

Georgetown’s Liquor License Ban Under Consideration

By Lisa Burgoa March 18, 2016

Georgetown’s decades-long ban on new liquor licenses – long accused by business owners of atrophying the neighborhood’s restaurant industry – faces an uncertain future. The D.C. Alcoholic Beverage...

The intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and M Street was named one of the three most dangerous in the District of Columbia in 2013 and 2014.

Wisconsin and M Junction Called ‘Dangerous’

By Charlotte Allen April 14, 2015

The District Department of Transportation named the intersection of M Street and Wisconsin Avenue one of the top-three most dangerous intersections in the District for 2013 and 2014, as well as one...

Georgetown 2028 Plan Updated

By Kristen Fedor February 6, 2015

The Georgetown Business Improvement District announced updates on the progress of its 2028 Action Plan during a meeting with local business owners, residents and property owners held at the House of Sweden...

Georgetown BID Launches 2028 Plan

By Suzanne Monyak January 31, 2014

The Georgetown Business Improvement District formally launched its 2028 15-year action plan and announced its intention to increase transportation between Georgetown and greater D.C. in a ceremony held...

Gondola Considered in Transit Overhaul

By Nick Simon November 19, 2013

With scant transportation options in the Georgetown neighborhood, the District has explored areas for innovation, including a gondola lift connecting Car Barn and the Rosslyn Metro stop. This proposal...

Georgetown BID Seeks Community Input for 15-Year Plan

By Braden McDonald June 17, 2013

About 40 members of the Georgetown neighborhood community gathered Thursday evening under the auspices of the Georgetown Business Improvement District to discuss proposals to better the commercial functionality...

D.C. Fashion’s Night Out

By Michelle Cassidy and Michelle Cassidy September 5, 2012

It's no secret that Georgetown is full of stylish people (preppy and hip alike), so we're expecting tomorrow's Fashion's Night Out to be an exciting event. Hosted by the Georgetown Business Improvement...

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