D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray
If a proposal from D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray succeeds, residents will get their take-out food in something other than Styrofoam by 2018.
D.C.’s latest set of Small Business Capital Improvement grantees, announced last week, anticipate the creation of 200 new jobs, Mayor Vincent Gray said in his weekly radio address on All News 99.1.
The partial government shutdown made it even more abundantly clear to D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray that the city’s finances are too intricately connected with the federal government, he said in his weekly radio address exclusive to All News 99.1.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray has ordered the Department of Public Works to collect trash from national parks during the government shutdown.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray says he’s nominating the chief financial officer for the city of Phoenix to the same post in Washington.
After Monday’s shootings at the Washington Navy Yard in Southeast D.C., District Mayor Vincent Gray is calling for federal gun control.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray is “shocked and outraged” by a Washington Post report that says a city program makes it possible for District homeowners to lose their properties over matters of just a few hundred dollars.
In the seven months following the start of sequestration, 7,000 government jobs in the District disappeared, according to Mayor Vincent Gray.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray has met with President Barack Obama for the first time since before he took office.
As children who attend the District’s public schools head back to class this week, Mayor Vincent Gray is happy that the city can offer some of them brand new, modernized learning spaces.