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Print Edition Archives: 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998
Online News Updates: 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003

December 17, 2001
News
·Meet the mayor's multimillion-dollar cabinet
·Madison: WOL's 'talk show activist'
·Miniature memories: Toys of the past offer glimpse of life in slower-paced times at NW museum
·D.C. cabbies plan to strike on Dec. 20
·Fire/EMS seeks paramedics
·Schools to get $10 million: CFO names new deputy to work with DCPS officials
Editorials
·Get politics out of the schools
Columns
·[Kathryn Sinzinger] It's not really about 'giving back'

December 3, 2001
News
·CFO: Let schools control money
·Lengthy NW bar feud nears end
·Car-sharing comes to D.C.
·School cuts shorten academic year
·Woodson wades in...but Tide rolls on
·Students collect 'Pennies for America'
Editorials
·This isn't open government
Columns
·[Diana Winthrop] Council sold out public's interest

November 19, 2001
News
·Stores prep for holidays
·Fulfilling a commitment: Fenty practices 'retail politics' to serve ward
·Neighbors oppose Grand Prix race
·Allen plans to propose welfare changes
·DCIAA season finale
·It's called 'homecoming'
Editorials
·Mr. Mayor, walk the talk
Columns
·[Jonetta Rose Barras] Don't blame Sept. 11th for crime

November 5, 2001
News
·Hilton, partners plan 200-room NE hotel
·Georgetown merchants say Pepco hasn't paid
·Postal union accuses USPS of withholding information
·Group offers D.C. girls a glimpse of high society
·A new tradition: Eastern Market apple pie contest adds 'homemade' feel to festival
Editorials
·Support D.C.
Columns
·[Jonetta Rose Barras] Don't blame Sept. 11th for crime
·[Diana Winthrop] 'Comforter' role eludes the mayor
·[Kathryn Sinzinger] Officials' silence did great harm

October 22, 2001
News
·Metro miscue? Firm bidding to build another big project failed to disclose key figure's conviction
·City gets new bank: Legacy Banc puts focus on small business needs
·Hispanics, Ward 5 seek school board representation
·Memories of another war
·HUD awards $34.9 million to replace Ward 6 housing
·Meeting to explore Oxon Cove's future
Editorials
·Street vendors vital to D.C.'s economy
Columns
·[Jonetta Rose Barras] Fillmore: school without students?
·[Diana Winthrop] Nonprofits become victims, too

October 8, 2001
News
·Comcast riles residents
·Control board exits
·Hope VI suit names Kelly
·D.C. reacts: City residents, local businesses provided comfort
·Anxious moments gave way to resourcefulness at GDHS
Editorials
·The Journalist's Creed
Columns
·[Jonetta Rose Barras] Theatrics mask continuing problem
·[Diana Winthrop] DCPS utility costs present a puzzle

September 24, 2001
News
·Hospitals sound ER alarm bell: Attack lends urgency to overcrowding concerns
·BP plans 20 high-tech stations
·R.I. Metro development unveiled: Shops, housing proposed to 'complement' Kmart site
·D.C. mourns its loss: Community celebrates lives of students, teachers who died aboard ill-fated flight
·Rapid development worries some, spurs resident demands for input
Editorials
·The war at home
Columns
·[Jonetta Rose Barras] 'Process fixation' sidetracks mayor
·[Diana Winthrop] Where are the District's leaders?

September 10, 2001
News
·Abusing the system?: City uses 'bar orders' to restrict poor, disabled, senior tenants in own homes
·Abusing the system?: Barring notices by the book
·Council returns to D.C. city hall
·GW neighbors continue to battle
·Out of their league: Charter schools can't compete in DCIAA
·D.C. steps up efforts to fight West Nile
·MPD reminds teens of 11 p.m. curfew
Editorials
·Stifling dissent
Columns
·[Jonetta Rose Barras] Failing grade: Where's the outcry?
·[Diana Winthrop] D.C. Democrats add some 'diversity'

August 27, 2001
News
·Downtown shutdown: MPD to fence off 70-square-block area for World Bank-IMF annual meetings
·Targeted areas feel little relief: Mayor's project falling short of residents' hopes
·More infected birds found: But mosquitoes still free of West Nile virus
·Green thumbs: In D.C., it's more than just gardening
·No place to call 'home': Anacostia High sacrifices to get new stadium
·Voluntary compliance: No universal policy on DCPS uniforms
·Disaster aid available to flood victims
Editorials
·A dumb idea

August 13, 2001
News
·Strip club shuttered
·DCPS drivers threaten to strike
·Whistleblower suit alleges retaliation
·City, unions agree on new contract
·Firefighters get $5 million back pay settlement
·Board of Trade picks Peck
·D.C. General suit dismissed
·DCIAA football: Crimson Tide may still be the team to beat
·Atlantic City bound: Texas pageant veteran to represent D.C.
·Shattered lives: Program helps drunken drivers relate to pain they inflict
·For the children: Volunteers galore lend a hand to help kids get a new place to play in Northeast D.C.
·Parents seek DCPS accountability
·DMV limits vehicle re-inspections, expands ticket amnesty program
Editorials
·Kill the cameras

July 30, 2001
News
·Hookers invade NE
·D.C. starts 'john school' for offenders
·D.C. braces for tax holiday
·Tips for small merchants
·Only facades remain as historic Atlantic Building falls, city fumbles
·Skins to help fix high school fields
·On track: Techno lures Sidwell teacher to new career
·Mendelson, environmentalists say WASA's sewer solution falls short
·New law to shorten some store hours
Editorials
·Misplaced priorities

July 16, 2001
News
·NW gang concerns
·Disabled tenant: DCHA 'retaliates' for HUD protest
·Battles begin over ANC lines
·UDC plans major fund-raising effort
·9 D.C. schools targeted for change
·Casey's checkered past
·A second career: D.C. cop publishes novel, works on sequel
·Welcoming the world's game: Fans embrace city's two major league soccer teams
Editorials
·Does the mayor care about what you think?

July 2, 2001
News
·High-tech high delay
·Upper NW gets private rescue option
·DCHA tenants ask to manage complex
·Ramsey: 'Bashing' cops doesn't help improve their performance
·School Without Walls honors varsity athletes
·U St. neighbors fighting new ABC license
·A second home
·Many D.C. fire houses, trucks, companies have nicknames
·City leases Maryland site to tow impounded cars
Editorials
·No tax break owed Greater SE

June 18, 2001
News
·Multimillion $ losses
·Hospital ERs overflowing
·A passion for art
·City scraps plans to close NE bridge
·D.C. presents 2012 Olympics bid
·Lottery turns to TV for sales boost
·Sinzinger to join board of press association
Editorials
·Georgetown can't wait

June 4, 2001
News
·Developers buy support
·Layoff help lacks clarity
·Public art is funded
·DCPS to graduate 3,100 seniors
SPECIAL SECTION: Owning a home in D.C.
·'Affordable housing'
·Demand outpaces supply
·Advice to D.C. homebuyers: Get pre-qualified for a loan
·Cooperative housing offers affordable ownership option
Editorials
·Dismissals are not enough
·The president's daughters

May 21, 2001
News
·Convicted swindler in city housing deals
·Residents question logistics of bridge replacement plans
·EMINENT DOMAIN
·'Uncle Louis' gives back
·Mayor asks council to OK mansion
Editorials
·Is the mayor missing?

May 7, 2001
News
·TRASH TRANSFER AGREEMENT NEAR
·W.C. Smith, contractors at odds
·D.C. Dems sidestep voting on health care
·Institute plucks kids from street to excel
Editorials
·A disgrace to our nation

April 23, 2001
News
·The Politics of DC Health Care: HMO owner has ties to key players
·The Politics of DC Health Care: Unanimous council bucks mayor's plan
·A PROVOCATIVE FIGURE (Lawrence Guyot)
·LEADING THE CHARGE (Lawrence Guyot)
·'Casey Mansion' offer locked into Foxhall site
·'Casey Trees' program underway
Editorials
·Safety First

April 9, 2001
News
·FRAGILE LIFELINE
·Deal disrupts D.C. towing
·'Shortchanging' the library
·D.C.'s own museum
·Major fire, minor disruption at Ballou
Editorials
·Who's accountable?

March 26, 2001
News
·Mendelson charges neglect of 'defaced' historic housing
·UDC begins search for new president
·Capitol Hill briefing on PBC decries privatization
·D.C. punk
·Council hearing set on city land sale for Kmart development
·Cherry blossom festivities underway
Editorials
·Mayor's plan risks city's health

March 12, 2001
News
·Health plan cuts ICU
·Competing concerns
·Williams: State of the District
·Campaigns try to oust the mayor
Editorials
·Congress caused this crisis
·Gifts can be exchanged

February 26, 2001
News
·Billboards or 'signs'?
·UDC begins search for new president
·'Bold' robbers striking banks
·The PBC fight
·Reviving McKinley High
·Jury convicts Virginia man of 'renting' public sidewalks in D.C. to vendors
Editorials
·Officials are out of touch

February 12, 2001
News
·CITY MOVES TO EVICT CHARITY AUCTIONEER
·Despite audit, control board remains
·Residents plan new 'gateway'
·Korean-American grocers group bridges barriers
·Change of plans led Brookland retailer to 25 years of success
·Common Denominator wins awards
·Commentary: TRASHING THE PRESS
Editorials
·School board flunks first test

January 22, 2001
News
·Clinton's task force
·East (of river) meets West (of park)
·Ray of hope?
·Council members list their priorities for 2001
·City narrows choice to move impoundment lot, salt dome
·Taxing time
·'Special hands'
Editorials
·Respect the voters

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