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
Five days after Black Friday, it’ll be Wal-Mart Wednesday in the District of Columbia.
Starting next year, people living in the nation’s capital who don’t have legal permission to reside in the United States will be able to get driver’s licenses.
When D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray took office in 2011 he wasn’t pleased with some of the District’s services, and he knew that city residents weren’t either.
The race for mayor of Washington is getting more crowded, with two new candidates entering the race — neither of them the incumbent mayor, Vincent Gray.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray has ordered a freeze on hiring and pay raises because of concerns that city government agencies are overspending.
District of Columbia officials are set to detail the ways in which the city was affected by the federal government shutdown.
A deputy attorney general says District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray supports decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana because the drug is not particularly harmful and because arresting people for possession can do significant damage.
The District of Columbia’s new chief financial officer could take over as early as December
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.