11 Oct

Meet the Candidates: Brian Flahaven, ANC 6B09

We have offered to post brief statements from all of the ANC candidates running for seats on Capitol Hill and the surrounding neighborhoods that we cover here on The Hill is Home.  These statements are not endorsements and have been posted exactly as submitted by the candidates. My name is Brian Flahaven, and I’m running […]


30 Jan

Share Your Opinion on The Hine School Development

The ANC Subcommittee on the Hine School Development is asking for the community to share its opinions on a number of aspects of the Hine School development project.  While this survey is open until February 10, the subcommittee is meeting tonight and will start discussing the feedback.  If you would like to attend the subcommittee […]


25 May

When's That At-Large Council Race Again?

[Thus far, we have offered our readers perspectives on redistricting from ANC 6B Commissioner Brian Flahaven and Ward 6 Councilmember Tommy Wells.  Today we turn to Hill East resident and THIH contributor Tim Krepp for his perspective.] As many of you already know, I, and many of the eastern fringe of Capitol Hill, may soon […]


09 Mar

ANC6B March Meeting Recap

In case you decided to spend your Mardi Gras in a more entertaining way than sitting through the ANC6B meeting, here is what you missed… First up, there will be a meeting tonight from 7 pm – 8:30 pm at Tyler Elementary School (located at 10th and G Street, SE) for the community to discuss […]


10 Feb

ANC6B Meeting Recap

I was unable to attend Tuesday’s ANC6B meeting (I’ll go back to my live tweeting next month), but EMMCA and JDLand both have the goods on the exciting agenda items: the ongoing saga of bars and restaurants.  The Cliff’s Notes version is that Nooshi and Moby Dick’s voluntary agreements have been approved so they can […]