The growing population in the District is pushing out many long-term residents, making housing in the nation’s capital less affordable, according to D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray in his weekly radio address on All News 99.1.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray said Friday he supports increasing the city’s minimum wage to $10 an hour, setting up a possible showdown with the D.C. Council over pay for low-wage workers
As the government shutdown stretches into its 13th day, the District continues to stretch its reserve funds thin.
Two District of Columbia neighborhoods have been included on a list of the nation’s best communities for the arts.
Vincent Gray is maintaining his innocence as investigators look into corruption allegations surrounding the awarding of the D.C. lottery contract.
If you are one of the many commuters whose daily drive takes them through the District, you’ve seen the rash of new speed cameras populate city streets in the last year.
Just when you thought there couldn’t be any more suspicious activity hovering over Vincent Gray’s 2010 mayoral campaign, allegations arise over malpractice with city employees’ retirement funds.
A new mobile application is aimed at making it easier for college students in the District of Columbia to report allegations of sexual assault.
A judge has agreed not to sentence former Mayor Gray campaign aide Thomas Gore, at least for the time being.
In the days following the late June derecho storm that left hundreds of thousands of residents without power in D.C., Maryland and Virginia, everyone was questioning why our power lines were still above ground whey they’re subjected to severe weather, when we can just put them below ground and be done with it.