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Online News Updates: 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003

December 16, 2002
News
·Ambulance system 'inadequate'
·Snow route parkers get $250 fines
·Celebrating 13th and U: Student mural depicts Temperance Row's history
·Brentwood postal facility cleanup begins
·Deadline for master license to be extended
Editorials
·Homeland Security belongs in D.C.
·Taking Note
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] Putting ethics in education
·[Sam Jordan] Health care requires a real plan

December 2, 2002
News
·City ends free Rx benefit for elderly: Cutoff leaves hundreds seeking help
·Hospital fails to pay D.C.: Cutoff leaves hundreds seeking help
·DCPTA offers advocacy training to public
·DMV seeks volunteers for service tests
·Warriors break Tide’s wave of championships
Editorials
·Congress should investigate
·Taking Note
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] Schools often are 'extended family'

November 18, 2002
News
·Task force reviews D.C. master plan
·Fort Lincoln rezoning under fire: ANC disputes endorsement as hearing nears
·Gas rate reduction delayed: Washington Gas seeks rehearing on refund order
·Reaching out: Son's murder spurs call for end to apathy
·Task force proposes new rent controls
·At Verbal Armageddon, the end is the beginning
Editorials
·Shuckin' and jivin'
·Taking Note
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] What 'school choice' means in D.C.
·[Diana Winthrop] Missing WTU funds in millions?

November 4, 2002
News
·Regulators order rate reduction: Washington Gas told to refund $7.5 million
·Retailers bid to get former Ames site
·At Verbal Armageddon, the end is the beginning
Editorials
·Is D.C. safer?
·Taking Note
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] The academic athlete
·[Diana Winthrop] Oh Democrats, where art thou?

October 28, 2002 - SPECIAL ISSUE
News
·D.C. VOTERS' GUIDE to the 2002 General Election
·Halloween happenings
Editorials
·Use task force tactics to get the drug lords
·Taking Note

October 21, 2002
News
·Ministers: Mayor showed disrespect
·FINALLY! Grocers compete in D.C.
·'Friends' confront library officials
·Fire/EMS workers honored
·Ward Reports
Editorials
·Vote 'YES' on Referendum A
·Taking Note
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] Living under the shadow of violence
·[Consumer Law] How to identify and report local bid-rigging, price-fixing

October 7, 2002
News
·Carol vs. Tony: Schwartz attacks 'bloated bureaucracy' as she makes 4th bid for mayor's office
·Mayor, wife eye LeDroit landmark
·Security efforts irk downtown businesses
·Voters to get info on 2002 ANC candidates
·Ward Reports
Editorials
·Replace Odie Washington
·Taking Note
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] Capitalism in the classroom
·[Diana Winthrop] 'Tired' Chavous should step aside
·[Kathryn Sinzinger] The mayor needs a civics lesson

September 23, 2002
News
·The D.C. Lobby: Private business group acknowledges active role in officials' budget talks
·School sex act prompts penalty
·Mayoral bid runs afoul of Hatch Act
·Officials to discuss anthrax cleanup
·Going upscale on Georgia Avenue: Gallery owner hopes to create a new art scene in NW
·Incumbents beat back challenges: Elections board to finalize Nov. 5 matchups by Oct. 1
·339 file to seek ANC seats
Sports
·Mayor's Cup returns: D.C. amateur boxers win team, individual honors
Editorials
·D.C.'s budget follies
Columns
·[Diana Winthrop] Where's Ward 3 when it counts?
·[H. Wells Wulsin] Lunch designed to promote non-eating
·[Consumer Law] Ways to complain

September 9, 2002
News
·'False HOPE': HUD housing program under fire; Congress to consider killing funds
·Commemorating 9-11: Area events planned to honor those who died
Election 2002
·Hanrahan to challenge Cropp as write-in
·Independents file for November ballot
Editorials
·D.C. needs leadership
Columns
·[Diana Winthrop] D.C. loses a true political insider
·[H. Wells Wulsin] Preparing for Opening Day

September 2, 2002
Election 2002
·Formidable challenge: Williams, Wilson wage historic write-in effort
·Mendelson faces four challengers
·'Shadow' seats draw contenders
·Gentrification, crime questions dominate Ward 1 council race
·VOTERS' GUIDE TO THE 2002 PRIMARY ELECTION
News
·D.C. watchdogs: Brizill, Imhoff work to keep politicians honest
·DCIAA football preview
Editorials
·Why we don't endorse
Columns
·[Consumer Law] How to complain as a consumer

August 12, 2002
News
·Wider fraud probe urged
·Anti-smoking lobby fumes
·West Nile virus efforts intensify as D.C. confirms human case
·Residents sue, charge Ft. Lincoln New Town developer with fraud
·City bonds to finance new Newseum
·Officials commit support to $200 million fund for helping neighborhoods
·Students may opt out of 15 under-performing schools
Election 2002
·Candidate forums: August 13 - September 5
·Ward 5 expects 'a good run': Incumbent Orange faces son of councilman he defeated
·Diversity marks Ward 6 race
Editorials
·Who did this?
Columns
·[Diana Winthrop] Mayor's 'ethical chasm' widens

July 29, 2002
News
·A NEW LANDSCAPE: Williams campaign still faces petition questions
·A NEW LANDSCAPE: Mayor's problems prompt rivals to reconsider
·Small businesses seek D.C.'s help
·Candidates to appear at UDC
·Postal service begins Brentwood cleanup
·Ward 3 leads city in avian West Nile virus
·Tax-free shopping returns Aug. 9-18
·Ward Reports
Sports
·Despite raise, DCPS coaches' pay still lags behind suburban salaries
·Headen, Bradford win national honors
Editorials
·No more secret deals
Columns
·[Diana Winthrop] Political courage: Elections board withstood the pressure

July 15, 2002
News
·A matter of right? City trying to sidestep public process on new rec centers, critics say
·Forgeries jeopardize mayor's ballot status
·Neighbors say city should cancel 10-year Grand Prix contract at RFK
·A growing community: Latinos still struggle to overcome barriers in D.C.
·Who's running? Primary candidates file petitions
·Washington Gas rate hike challenged
·MPD beefs up summer patrols
·Ward Reports
Sports
·Smaller stadium envisioned
·Montreal Expos can be transformed into something special in Washington
Editorials
·Register and vote!
Columns
·[Diana Winthrop] Even Barry could collect signatures

July 1, 2002
News
·What would the Olympics cost? - Coalition won't reveal details
·Mayor seeks control over DCTV funds
·Let the debate begin: Despite strong support, Patterson faces council challenge
·Lack of nearby rescue squad concerns NW
·Art galleries get reprieve from ABC enforcement
·Summer extends teen curfew in D.C. to midnight
·D.C. targets illegal fireworks for July Fourth
·Ward Reports
Sports
·Future is now for U.S. soccer
·D.C. parks offer kids summer programs
Editorials
·Hosting the 2012 Olympics: Who will benefit?
Columns
·[Diana Winthrop] If it's legal, who cares about ethics?

June 17, 2002
News
·Rent ceilings threaten roofs
·Klingle debate heats up
·DCPS to 'transform' five more schools
·DMV cautions: Check parking stickers by July
Sports
·Soccer breakfast draws crowd
Editorials
·Falling through the cracks
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] Teaching kids to teach themselves
·[Diana Winthrop] Mayor makes amends for fundraiser

June 3, 2002
News
·Anthrax cleanup prompts concerns
·Fort Lincoln residents seek Norton's help
·Historic Crummell School gets D.C. landmark status
·Mayor seeks new fire chief
·School officials announce commencement schedule
·Gainer leaves MPD to lead Capitol Police
·Ward Reports
Editorials
·Fix the fire department
·Thank you, D.C.
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] The politics of education
·[Diana Winthrop] Local officials, too, violate home rule

May 20, 2002
News
·Mayor backs off support for NE club
·New UDC president aims for prestige
·2002 campaign: Incumbents, challengers pick up petitions to gain spot on ballot
·Galactic poetry: Students bring science fiction down to Earth
·Ward Reports
Editorials
·Teflon Tony
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] Science for inquiring minds
·[Jonetta Rose Barras] Adams Morgan's Cafe Toulouse - spring, madness, music and mussels

May 6, 2002
News
·Residents cry foul: Ft. Lincoln developer reneges on city deal that delivered land rights
·LBJ's 'Great Society' spawned Fort Lincoln development plan
·PARTY ANIMALS: City art project funds whimsical sculptures to brighten DC streets
·Norton: CFO does end-run on home rule
·Neighbors say planning process for rec center excluded them
Editorials
·D.C.'s message? 'Shop at the mall'
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] Well-rounded students need extracurricular activities
·[Diana Winthrop] How to spend the mayor's million

April 22, 2002
News
·Nightclub 'hired' MPD, gets special attention
·Learning a career: Few D.C. kids take hands-on courses
·Mayor agrees to testify on fund-raising
·Shuttered: Burger King seeks operator for its inner-city restaurants
·Ward Reports
Sports
·UDC standout juggles family, school and job
Editorials
·MPD's conflicted loyalties
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] Building empathy for others
·[Diana Winthrop] Mayor gives Morella boost she needs

April 8, 2002
News
·Panel recommends high school changes
·D.C. library officials mull replacing MLK
·Catholic schools hire new superintendent
·Mayor names new health director
·Combining voices: Catholic University creates 'town-gown' choir
·Emancipation parade returns April 16
Sports
·UDC seeks NCAA status
·Semi-pro USBL drops area's team for 2002
·'March Madness' also strikes D.C. youth club champions
Editorials
·Where was the mayor?
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] Building empathy for others
·[Diana Winthrop] Mayor gives Morella boost she needs
·[Kathryn Sinzinger] Bring baseball back to the Anacostia

March 25, 2002
News
·Principals say DCPS tries to 'break' union
·A fragile tradition: 'Fate of world' said to rely on Ukrainian craft
·Bursting at the seams: Neighborhood outgrows new rec center, seeks a gym
·Local focus: D.C. Chamber's new president wants to help small businesses
·Ward Reports
Sports
·D.C. track: Wilson favored to win varsity titles
·100 hone skills at baseball clinic
·City rec teams draw girls to basketball
·'The Flea' returns to Howard gridiron
·St. Anselm's new gym built to enhance learning environment
Editorials
·Tarnished crown
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] It's only a test
·[Diana Winthrop] Finger pointing needs to stop

March 11, 2002
News
·Who's supporting the mayor?
·Health care providers seek funds
·Amistad to dock in D.C.
·Ward Reports
Sports
·Champions!: Third title has Spingarn eying hoops dynasty
·Penguins end Tigersharks' title reign
·Holy Cross nixes AU's NCAA hopes
·Dunbar girls win DCIAA varsity basketball title
·Delivering the goods: Letter carrier Pearson wants shot at world boxing crown
Editorials
·Close the campaign loophole

February 25, 2002
News
·Dysfunctional process threatens UDC's future
·Graham committee challenged
·Jemal takes over Atlantic Building
·D.C. General site planning, March 1-3
·Sinzinger wins regional award
·Ward Reports
Sports
·Some fear Tyson fight could ruin Olympic bid
·Lady Bison roam free over MEAC pretenders
·Boys battle for DCIAA title
·DCIAA post-season tips off
·Hoops in the 'hood
Editorials
·Lewis – yes. Tyson? No.
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] Learning one step at a time
·[Diana Winthrop] There's a better way to showcase D.C.

February 11, 2002
News
·Report blames Verizon for cable TV problems
·Rigsby rules schools may have violated law
·Metro revises policies on joint development
·Celebrating Black History Month
·2001 spending leaves $77.6 million surplus
Sports
·COMMENTARY: Air of Success
·Tigers sweep track championships
·New rivalries heating up in DCIAA
·The 'conductor': To Ed Hill, coaching is about more than a game
·Sex sells women's sports
·COMMENTARY: Bring baseball back to the Anacostia
Editorials
·Another fine mess
Columns
·[H. Wells Wulsin] Getting to the school year's halfway mark
·[Diana Winthrop] Dressing up the past as 'new blood'

January 28, 2002
News
·Expired F Street permit puts prime site in limbo
·Burglar gets police ammo
·Fire chief asks motorists to 'pay attention' in emergencies
·Historic firehouses
·'On the right track': City's parks director gets high marks for fixing problems
·Rhode Island Metro project gets WMATA board approval
·Program aims to attract new neighborhood stores
·Archdiocese marks Catholic Schools Week
Editorials
·Control is the issue, not D.C. General

January 14, 2002
News
·Presidential search near end at UDC
·ACLU sues to limit 'bar orders'
·Safeway seeks beer, wine licenses
·'Holiday of Service': Events honoring Martin Luther King Jr. legacy urge 'day on,' not 'day off'
·D.C. schools enforce shot requirements
·Parents group decries school board choice
Editorials
·The mayor's latest apology
Columns
·[Diana Winthrop] Saez politicizes the school board

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