Jonetta Rose Barras
Updated: Thu, May 16, 2013
Call it the little red and gray bus that could. Launched in 2005, the Circulator had been designed mostly to get riders from one tourist attraction, entertainment center or retail hot spot to another. Inexpensive, reliable and clean, the Circulator has become so popular it seems every D.C....
Eric P. Newcomer
Updated: Tue, May 14, 2013
The District's New York Avenue homeless shelter lacks proper security to protect those staying there from violent crime, and invites potential tragedy by leaving confiscated weapons in a faulty lock box, according to a report by the city's inspector general. The review concluded that the...
Published: Thu, May 9, 2013
Metro won't be paying D.C. Councilman Jim Graham's legal bills. The transit agency's board of directors denied a petition Thursday from Graham, the board's former chairman, to pay for his private legal counsel in a $100 million lawsuit over a Metro land deal. An independent review...
Published: Mon, May 6, 2013
Two District lawmakers are asking members of the D.C. Council to set a goal of ending homelessness in the city within 10 years. "In a growing, thriving city like ours, there is no excuse for allowing individuals, families and children to live on the street, in a car, or without a home. We are...