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Tickets on Sale for 7th Annual Magic & Miracles

Tickets are on sale for Ready, Willing & Working’s 7th Annual Magic & Miracles benefit, “The Future is Bright,” to be held Thursday, December 4, 2014 at The Atlas Performing Arts Center on H Street, NE, from 6:00pm – 9:00pm.

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The UPS Store® on Capitol Hill Adds 3D Printing to Service Offerings

Following the successful launch of 3D print in six markets across the country, The UPS Store® is expanding 3D printing services…

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Capitol Hill BID Wins IDA Award for Ready, Willing & Working Program

Capitol Hill Business Improvement District named recipient of a 2014 Downtown Merit Award by the International Downtown Association for RWW

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Shop on AmazonSmile and Support Ready, Willing & Working

These days, nearly everyone shops on Amazon.com, so why not help support Ready, Willing & Working at the same time? Ready, Willing & Working (RWW) is a 501(c)3 non profit organization…

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Summer Hours In Effect for Circulator’s Union Station to Navy Yard Route

Enjoy Extended Circulator Hours This Summer and Bus to the Ballpark!

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Capitol Hill BID Seeking Event Planning Intern

The Capitol Hill BID is seeking a part-time (8-10 hr/week) event planning intern…

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Register Your CCTV With MPD

The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) is reaching out to the business community to ask for your support…

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2013 Annual Report Now Online!

The Capitol Hill BID’s 2013 Annual Report is now available for you to view…

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BID Honors Board Chairman Paul Pascal at Annual Meeting

At their eleventh Annual Meeting, the Capitol Hill BID honored Paul Pascal for his service as Chairman of the Board from 2007 to 2014.

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Ready, Willing & Working’s Magic & Miracles Honors Phil Truluck & The Heritage Foundation

The 6th Annual Magic & Miracles Benefit for Ready, Willing & Working (RWW) was held on Thursday, December 5th at The Atlas…

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Ready, Willing & Working Scam Alert

We’ve received several calls over the last few weeks regarding a homeless individual in Downtown Washington, DC who has been asking people for money to enter our Ready, Willing & Working (RWW) program…

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Capitol Hill Business Improvement District Clean Team Tackles Overflowing Trash During Government Shutdown

The Capitol Hill Business Improvement District (CHBID) has stepped up its clean team services…

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Help the “Men In Blue” by Donating to RWW’s Silent Auction

Last year, RWW was fortunate to receive numerous generous donations from many Capitol Hill businesses…

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Capitol Hill Bikes Named One of America’s Best Bike Shops

The National Bicycle Dealer Association (NBDA) announced that Capitol Hill Bikes (719 8th Street, SE) has been named one of “America’s Best Bike Shops for 2013”.

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Business Spotlight: Capitol Hill Fitness at 725 8th Street, SE

Capitol Hill Fitness (725 8th Street, SE) is a relatively new business on Barracks Row that helps people get in shape…

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Barracks Row Fall Festival – Saturday, September 28th

If you love DC’s famously diverse spirit then put Barracks Row Fall Festival on Capitol Hill on your must-do list Saturday, September 28, 2013; festival opens at 11 a.m. and closes at 5 p.m.

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Clean Team Member Jerome Wins Essay Contest; Receives Refurbished Laptop

Throughout the year, the Capitol Hill BID will hold essay contests for its team members…

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Publisher Boxes to be Regulated by DDOT

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) recently proposed the regulation of publisher boxes, which would require newspapers…

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Reminder to Businesses – Permits Required for Sidewalk Signs

The BID would like to remind businesses that all signwalk signs are required to have a permit from the DC Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA).

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Aloha From the BID’s 2013 Team Appreciation Cruise

The BID held its annual Team Appreciation Outing on a cruise along the Potomac River.

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