D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray
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.
D.C.’s Summer Youth Employment Program used to be “notorious” for its mismanagement, according to Mayor Vincent Gray. But now, he says, the program is successfully connecting more young people with jobs.
Mayor Vincent Gray says of D.C. statehood: ‘Justice delayed is justice denied.’
While there were celebrations of America’s independence all over D.C. this weekend, there will be no such celebration for the District itself anytime soon.
Legislation that D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray plans to introduce would give the DCPS Chancellor the power to authorize charter schools.
Mayor Vincent Gray is invoking the attack in Boston to make his case for a shift change in the District’s fire and EMS department.
DC’s mayor and police chief moved to reassure residents Monday that there are no known threats against the city in the wake of the fatal explosions at the Boston Marathon.