By Lucinda Prout Janke
Capitol Hill residents have a long history of activism. From its earliest days as a fledgling neighborhood, more than one actually, in the federal capital established in 1790, its inhabitants have proven activist and even a bit feisty. Read more »
Happy Birthday to us! January 28, 2015 marks the 60th birthday of CHRS. All members are invited to attend a birthday party that evening at 6:45 pm in Baxter Hall at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 3rd and A Streets SE. Long-time Hill residents have been invited to share their memories – and cake will be served! Read more »
During the Society’s 60th Birthday year, the Hill Rag is running a series of articles detailing our long history of community preservation.
January 2015 – A Look at Capitol Hill Restoration Society’s Early History by John Muller
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The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) has proposed design alternatives (13MB) to improve pedestrian safety at the intersection of Pennsylvania and Potomac Avenues SE.
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DDOT and OP present new concepts for SE Boulevard Read more »
DDOT is conducting a study to improve pedestrian, bicycle, and vehicle safety on Maryland Avenue, and has met with ANC 6C and the community. DDOT’s October 2014 report Read more »