Mayor Vincent Gray

Saturday, June 21st, DCTV held a Community Day Festival in celebration of the public access station’s 25th Anniversary.  The free event was held at Brooks Mansion in Brookland, DC, where DCTV is housed.  Hundreds of District residents came out to enjoy live entertainment, food, vendors,  and kid’s activities.  Performances included violinist Chelsey Green, School of Rock, comedian Timmy […]

They don’t know which way is the right path forward, and they wish they did. They love their city — the old neighborhoods and the new places to eat, drink and play. They fear for their city, worrying it is becoming a place for the childless and the rich. Read More

After complaints from neighbors, the plan announced at Chuck’s funeral in 2012 have changed.  The Washington Post has the story, including reaction from the family.  

By Matt E. Stevens District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray has struggled with yet another issue with the residency of a potential nominee in his administration. The mayor announced September 21 that he would place Robert L. Mallett on the D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics, effectively running the three-member panel. This news did not […]

WASHINGTON — Washington’s new mayor hasn’t had much of a honeymoon. Three months after he succeeded Adrian Fenty, Vincent Gray has been besieged by controversies and minor scandals. The most serious allegations involve whether the Gray campaign funneled cash and promised a six-figure job to a minor candidate who was attacking Fenty during last year’s […]