Activists are mounting their latest—and likely doomed—push to grant residents of the nation's capital more voice in their government.
It’s difficult for public officials to meet open-record rules when their personal cellphone is involved.
A special pied-a-terre levy could be an easier sell in Albany.
Far from discouraged, some groups are excited by the momentum generated by Scotland’s independence movement. Others smell conspiracy overseas.
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There’s a lot of work going across the building from the Rotunda to office space.
Through Project Row Houses, artist Rick Lowe nurtures artists and residents alike with a project that pushes contemporary practice and engages the community.
Some vacation cities and states make “summer people” pay higher property taxes than year -round residents. Is that fair?
Nine months later, no connection has emerged. That doesn't mean Christie's problems are over.
Full-time developer will help improve access to public data by using open-source tools.
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