Posts Tagged ‘Muriel Bowser’

Tommy Wells Will Run D.C.’s Department of the Environment (Livably and Walkably)

The soon-to-be-former Ward 6 councilmember and one-time rival gets appointed by Mayor-Elect Muriel Bowser.

District Line Daily: Bowser’s Council Record

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Mayoral candidate and Ward 4 Councilmember Muriel Bowser has been the primary author on hundreds of bills, but [...]

District Line Daily: Plan C

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Mayoral candidate—and ex-Republican—David Catania had once hoped to face the embattled Mayor Vince Gray in November's general election. Gray lost the [...]

District Line Daily: The City’s Report Card

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Students' results from the District's annual standardized tests contained some unsettling data points, including that the city's [...]

District Line Daily: Carrying Pot Is About to Get Cheaper

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D.C.'s marijuana decriminalization law goes into effect tomorrow, making the fine for carrying pot less [...]

District Line Daily: Bowser’s Boring Campaign

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Democratic mayoral nominee Muriel Bowser is the only Democrat running in a heavily Democratic city. But [...]

District Line Daily: On A Roll

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The D.C. Cannabis Campaign says it has collected twice the number of required signatures to [...]

District Line Daily: The Food Issue

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For this year’s Food Issue, we’ve rounded up spots to satisfy your stomach every hour [...]

District Line Daily: Bowser Wants to Keep Henderson

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If elected mayor, Democratic mayoral nominee Muriel Bowser says she would keep Chancellor Kaya Henderson as the head of [...]

District Line Daily: Barry’s Fighting Words

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Former Vince Gray supporter Marion Barry endorses Muriel Bowser for mayor, says "we're gonna [...]

District Line Daily: Is the Mayoral Race Heating Up?

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The mayor's race between Muriel Bowser and David Catania is underway, with the Catania campaign distributing fliers east [...]

District Line Daily: Back in Monumental Business

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The Washington Monument is reopening today after being closed for repairs for nearly three years following [...]

District Line Daily: Less Drunk Driving

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Ward 4 Councilmember Muriel Bowser introduced legislation Tuesday that would lower the legal threshold for drunk [...]

The Needle: Celebs, They’re Just Like Us

Celebrity Bikeshare: The Bulls' guard Derrick Rose is too injured to play against the Wizards in the first-round playoff series, but he was spotted touring the District on a Capital Bikeshare bike today. Great use of public transportation, but next time, wear a helmet! +3

Photo Leak: Earlier this week, WUSA9's Russ Ptacek chronicled on Twitter his [...]

Russ Ptacek Spent Tuesday Waiting for Muriel Bowser

WUSA9 investigative reporter Russ Ptacek and a cameraman sat outside Ward 4 D.C. Councilmember Muriel Bowser's office at the Wilson Building for two and a half hours Tuesday, waiting to snag an interview with the Democratic mayoral nominee. But Bowser never came, and Ptacek, whom Washington City Paper dubbed D.C.'s most excitable newsman in a 2013 cover story, [...]

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