Georgetown man shot last week during fight dies, coroner says

A Georgetown man who was shot Thursday died due to his injuries over the weekend, authorities said. Georgetown County Coroner Chase Ridgeway identified Raekwon Grant, 26, as the homicide victim. Grant died Sunday. According to a Facebook post from the coroner’s office, Grant was shot Thursday during an altercation near...
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PA Posse: Watt & Toth Lead Sunoco Championship Standings into Georgetown Friday

GEORGETOWN, DE – The Sunoco Championship Series at Georgetown Speedway is winding down and the ‘PA Posse’ sits atop the standings for both the Chesapeake Paving Modifieds and Blue Hen Dispose-All Crate 602 Sportsman. Racing resumes at Georgetown this Friday (Oct. 1) with the Chesapeake Paving Modifieds and Blue Hen...
Georgetown Voice

Could a Georgetown Metro station finally become a reality?

Nearly 45 years after the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) welcomed riders aboard its first trains, plans are now being discussed to bring a long-neglected region into the mix: Georgetown. Residents’ reluctance to develop a Georgetown station stems from concerns about the project’s feasibility, a historic lack of desire...

No. 25 Hoyas Best No. 21 Musketeers

WASHINGTON – The No. 25 Georgetown women's soccer team took down No. 21 Xavier in overtime Sunday afternoon with a 2-1 win. Junior Gia Vicari came in with a brace to send the Hoyas back to the District with a win under their belt on the weekend. Georgetown moves to 1-0-1 in the BIG EAST and 5-0-5 on the season and give Xavier their first loss as they are now 1-1-0 in the BIG EAST and 8-1-1 overall.

Georgetown says two samples are detecting norovirus in the campus community and nearly 100 are showing symptoms.

The growing number of Georgetown University students and staff with gastrointestinal conditions this week appears to have contracted a case of norovirus. The growing number of Georgetown students and staff working with A gastrointestinal disease This week appears to have seen a case of norovirus. Georgetown University confirmed, Saturday, that...

Georgetown events coming soon

1. Blues Brunch with John Emil; 2. End of Summer Brunch & Day Party; 3. Spirited Interactions; 4. 2021 Swamp Fox 9/11 Memorial Range Day Fundraiser; 5. Free COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic - Tidelands Georgetown Memorial Hospital;

Field Hockey Drops Non-Conference Match to Georgetown in Shootout

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Brown took a 1-0 lead into the second half for the second straight game, but the Georgetown Hoyas tied the game in the third quarter and broke through in a shootout for a 2-1 victory Sunday afternoon at Goldberger Family Field. Brown drops to 3-5 (0-1 Ivy...

Honey, We Bought the Exorcist House!

In 2020, Danielle Witt and Ben Rockey-Harris spent months trying to trade their apartment in the District for a house in the suburbs, without any luck. But that August, they finally landed a swell three-bedroom in a tiny Prince George’s County town named Cottage City. Witt, who works in commercial real estate, did research on the home and surrounding area, but there was “one thing I missed,” she says: The house was the site of the events that inspired The Exorcist.
Austin American-Statesman

District 11-5A DI update: Manor, Cedar Park pick up last-minute wins

Mustangs kicker Omar Otero booted a 22-yard field goal on an untimed final play of the game to lift his team to a 31-29 victory over Leander. The Lions had driven the length of the field just minutes earlier and kicked their own field goal to take the lead in the game’s waning moments, but Manor quarterback Jayson Zardarets showed poise under pressure, moving the chains and setting up a chip-shot attempt.

Winning one for the champs: SXU drubs St. Francis on day 2011 team is honored

Approximately 30 members of Saint Xavier’s 2011 NAIA National Championship team were at their old stomping grounds last weekend to be honored for their title-winning efforts and watch the Cougars take on St. Francis (Indiana). Under their watchful eyes at Deaton Field, the 2021 version wanted to give them something...

WEEKEND READ: Pet owners mourn animals killed in fire, school masking debate continues, snakes in Austin

AUSTIN (KXAN) — There’s never a shortage of news in Texas. As of Friday, there are 2,908 active COVID-19 cases in Austin-Travis County. There are 441 people hospitalized, including 188 people in the ICU and 123 patients on ventilators. While the Austin-Travis County area dropped down to Stage 4 of COVID-19 risk-based guidelines this week, the pandemic — and precautions — go on.