04 May 2021

News:

Hill Buzz

May the Fourth Be With You! Allergies are itching and so are mosquitoes: It must be spring in the east coast! What’s going on in our neck of the woods? Well, last week I was super excited to bring you much cicada information, but after some of the sightings from 2004 and especially 1997 that […]


29 Apr 2021

Opinions:

The Problem With Hains Point

Rudi Riet, @randomduck on Twitter, is a bike and micromobility advocate and DC resident. After the tragic events of Saturday, April 24, Rudi answered questions and offered his views on how a shared park space could be better, aided by many of us who are active on Twitter and felt much anger and frustration after […]


28 Apr 2021

News:

Hill Buzz

It’s a gorgeous Wednesday in the Nation’s capital and our eyes turn to the United States Capitol, where President Biden will be holding his first address to the country, flanked by two women. It’s a historic day, to be sure, but it comes with increased security, obviously. Friend of the blog Mark Sussman noticed it […]


08 Apr 2021

News:

Guest Post: The Peabody Flood of 2020

The post below was written by DCPS parent and long-time Hill resident Valerie Jablow. The account below is an excerpt; to read the whole investigation, please visit Valerie’s blog, educationDC. As of today, Valerie has contacted the Historic Preservation Review Board, as well as the Council of the District of Columbia and other leaders on […]


06 Apr 2021

News:

Hill Buzz

On Friday, April 2, 25-year old Noah Green, who, according to accounts collected by the Washington Post was a troubled, paranoid young man, crashed his car into the United States Capitol’s north gate, located across the street from the Russell Senate Office Building, at the intersection of Constitution and Delaware Avenues, NE. He killed Capitol […]


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