Posts Tagged ‘D.C. homeless’

Orange Proposes ‘Mobile Hygiene Unit’ for D.C.’s Homeless Residents

“The pilot program would be just one bus, but if it proves successful, eventually each of the eight wards would be served by a mobile hygiene unit.”

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Will Snow Close D.C. Wednesday, Too?

Mayor Vince Gray isn't rushing to make any decisions on whether the city government and schools would be closed Wednesday, but he said at a press conference this afternoon that residents can expect a decision to be made by the 11 p.m. news broadcasts Tuesday night.
The freezing temperatures are expected to last through the week, [...]

Joyce Carol Oates: D.C. Homeless Hater?

Joyce Carol Oates was in D.C. over the weekend for the National Book Festival, but it appears it wasn't all literary bliss and fairy tales for the 75-year-old author.
Oates appeared to be complaining about the District's homeless population on Twitter today, calling people "wandering the streets" "delusional and very angry individuals" and saying she was [...]