Mayor’s Weekly radio address
After the most recent national test score release, D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray says things are looking up for District schools.
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.
As the government shutdown stretches into its 13th day, the District continues to stretch its reserve funds thin.
On Tuesday, D.C. had “one of the most successful launches in the nation” for its health benefits exchange.
After Monday’s shootings at the Washington Navy Yard in Southeast D.C., District Mayor Vincent Gray is calling for federal gun control.
In the seven months following the start of sequestration, 7,000 government jobs in the District disappeared, according to Mayor Vincent Gray.
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 said in his weekly radio address exclusive to All-News 99.1 WNEW, “it’s time for the All-Star game for the nation’s pastime to return to the nation’s capital.”
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.