Mayor Vincent Gray
The owner of the Washington Capitals and Wizards says he doesn’t ask for much from the District of Columbia government, but that better traffic control and increased police presence around Verizon Center would be nice.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray is meeting with local government leaders from Maryland and Virginia to talk about the wide-ranging effects of the federal government shutdown.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray says the city needs to move away from its dependence on the federal government and promote job growth in the technology, health care and hospitality industries.
The District of Columbia Public Charter School Board is launching a new mobile app to provide information on each school.
U.S. Attorney Ronald Machen says he is temporarily moving out of the nation’s capital and returning to his home in Silver Spring, Md.
The University of the District of Columbia wants $4 million from the city to help it pay for the severance packages of dozens of professors and staff members it wants to lay off.
District of Columbia government employees who were forced to take furlough days last year will be getting some extra money in their paychecks.
District of Columbia tax collectors have filed a lien against a company that’s part of a federal campaign finance investigation involving Mayor Vincent Gray.
A new commission charged with finding ways to reform the District of Columbia’s tax code has begun its work.
Staffers for the embattled mayor of Washington have sought the advice of a crisis-management expert who advised Monica Lewinsky and inspired the television drama “Scandal,” according to emails obtained by The Associated Press.
Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton says the criminal activity by District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray’s 2010 campaign is “deeply disturbing” and is calling on the mayor to respond.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray’s 2010 campaign routinely paid day laborers $100 in cash — twice the legal limit — to tout Gray outside polling places, and the payments were later referred to on campaign finance reports as “consulting fees” paid to campaign staff members and volunteers, according to a review by The Associated Press.