Posts Tagged ‘District’

Analysis: D.C. Relies a Lot on Fines and Fees For Revenue Compared to Neighbors

D.C. has ways to collect revenue other than taxes. But how much money are we talking about?

Report: New HIV Diagnoses in District Drop 46 Percent Between 2007 and 2011

In 2011, 15,056 District residents, or 2.4 percent of the entire population, were living with HIV or AIDS and 718 new cases of HIV were reported, an improvement in a city that has historically been ranked as having the highest prevalence of the disease in the nation, according to an annual report released by the mayor's [...]

House of Horrors: GWU Edition

Massive amounts of money  just doesn't get you what they used to.
Residents at George Washington University—one of the most expensive schools in the country, with a price tag nearing $60,000—have taken to Facebook to express their "horror" stories with GW housing.
"This page was created with the intent of exposing the true state of GW campus [...]

D.C., Meet Your Bike

The Trek District is "Aggressive. Edgy. And entirely progressive. The District's where things happen. It's fast, unapologetic, and, well, not for everyone. You either get it or you don't. For those that do, the District offers an experience unlike anything else out there."
Well, that sounds like, you know, Morton Kondracke wrote it. This edgy and [...]