Celebrating literacy at the National Book Festival



September 7, 2017, GW-TV

The premier literary event drew thousands of readers and over a hundred authors. Continue reading →

Displacement risks run high throughout D.C.



December 12, 2016

Redevelopment in Southeast and Southwest D.C. threatens residents. Continue reading →

Council passes bill to help student debtors



November 21, 2016

The bill increases regulation of student loan servicers, the subject of increasing complaints. Continue reading →

Council aims to prevent displacement in Ward 8



October 31, 2016

A new bill tries to protect residents likely to be affected by the redevelopment of St. Elizabeth’s hospital. Continue reading →

D.C. citizens worried about new state constitution



October 10, 2016

Public hearings reveal many statehood advocates want draft state constitution changed. Continue reading →

D.C. statehood push progresses amid controversy



September 26, 2016

Citizens raise concerns over the lack of public participation in the renewed push for statehood. Continue reading →

Finding things to do in summer



July 20, 2015, The Petaluma Argus-Courier

A feature on the summer scene for teens in Petaluma. Continue reading →

Tweeting, liking and texting



May 2, 2015, The Petaluma Argus-Courier

A look at the role of social media in the lives of high school students. Continue reading →

Gymnast Kara Jones showing her dedication



February 4, 2015, The Petaluma Argus-Courier

A profile of a top local gymnast. Continue reading →

AP standards should be maintained



January 2014, The Press Democrat

An opinion article in support of entrance exams for AP classes. Continue reading →

Swinging to stardom



October 2012, The Petaluma Post

An article on the Petaluma National Little League’s journey to the Little League World Series. Continue reading →