07 Feb 2017

Local Politics:

A Valentine for Our District: #HandsOffDC

Politics is a tricky thing to discuss. Here at The Hill is Home we like to pass along information rather than take a stand; however, sometimes it’s necessary for us to stand in solidarity with causes that affect us –and the best neighborhood in DC. This is one of those times. As you may have heard, […]


29 Nov 2016

Local Politics:

Summary of 11/28 Hill East Crime Meeting

In case you missed it, there was a meeting yesterday regarding the shootings earlier in November and the murder of a 16-year old at the Potomac Gardens apartment complex.  We’re sharing Commissioner Denise Krepp’s meeting summary in its entirety. Reading through the thorough summary of action items sent out earlier this afternoon, it is clear […]


09 Nov 2016

Elections:

How Ward 6 Voted

Well, that was quite the night. DC’s three electoral votes always go blue so I’m going to focus on our local races here… Congratulations to all of the candidates. I’m off to get my third cup of coffee now… Voter Turnout: (still sadly low) 2016 Citywide Turnout: 60.04% Ward 6 Turnout: 62.66% 2012 Citywide Turnout: 60.94% Ward […]


28 Oct 2016

Elections:

Early Voting Has Started! Where to Vote

Early voting in DC has started! If you plan to vote early, take note of the location closest to you. An important note regarding ANC voting: On election day, your ANC vote will only be counted if you vote at your designated polling location. So, if a different location is more convenient for you based […]


26 Oct 2016

Editorials:

THURSDAY: At-Large Council Candidate Forum

On Thursday, October 27 at 6:30 pm, meet your At Large candidates at a forum for the people running to represent you on the DC Council. To RSVP, click here. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to hear directly from the candidates about where they stand on the issues most important to you. At-Large Council Candidate Forum […]


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