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Williams Administration
State of the District
A year into his second term, Mayor Williams makes reorganizing D.C. schools a top priority.
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Neighborhood Portraits: The District's Changing Communities

The Road Ahead: Solutions for Now

Homes of Last Resort: A Runaway Problem

The District's Lost Children: A Decade of Neglect

Invisible Deaths: The Fatal Neglect of D.C.'s Retarded

Deadly Force: D.C. Police Lead Nation in Shootings

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D.C. Police Seek Help Finding U-Md. Student
D.C. police are seeking the public's help in locating a university student who was last seen more than a week ago at a nightclub in the city.

In the News
D.C. Jail Conditions Unchanged Despite Law: Williams Administration Criticized on Compliance (Post, April 24, 2005)

Panel to Start Writing Social Security Bill: Both Sides of Personal Account Debate Gird for Battle at Finance Committee (Post, April 24, 2005)

Cathedral's New Dean Envisions A Middle Road: Hundreds Attend Installation (Post, April 24, 2005)

Advice, Fear at D.C. Stadium Session: Residents Leery of Traffic; Demonstrators Seek Direct Input on Plans (Post, April 24, 2005)

Williams Pulls Possible Rival's Posting: Boxing Panel Reappointment Withheld After Media Appearances (Post, April 23, 2005)

Neighbor Admits to Killing Official: Guilty Plea Avoids Trial in Murder Of Williams Aide (Post, April 22, 2005)

U.S. Census Bureau Foresees A Diminished District in 2030 (Post, April 22, 2005)

Ruling Saves Part of D.C. Gun Liability Law: Appeals Court Says Victims May Sue Makers, Sellers of Automatic Weapons (Post, April 22, 2005)

Ex-Official Faults Hazmat Rail Safety: Federal Agencies Oppose D.C. Law (Post, April 22, 2005)

15-Year-Old Charged in Charter School Arson (Post, April 22, 2005)

Janey Lists 16 Sites for Lease Plan: Board Delays Vote on Schools That Would Share Space (Post, April 21, 2005)

A D.C. Teacher's Day in the Rose Garden: Math Innovator Is First From City to Be Declared Best in Nation (Post, April 21, 2005)

Washington Offers a Feast of Athletic Events: With Return of Baseball, Sports Menu Is Complete (Post, April 21, 2005)

City's Restaurants Serve Up a World of Variety (Post, April 21, 2005)

A New Appreciation for Living in the City: Condos Lead Surge In Prices for All Housing in D.C. (Post, April 21, 2005)

Recreation Helps Define Neighborhoods: Community Involvement Called Critical (Post, April 21, 2005)

D.C. Plans Repairs To Public Housing: Funds to Be Borrowed on Bond Market (Post, April 21, 2005)

District Warned On Gay Marriage: Williams Fears Congressional Ire Will Affect Budget (Post, April 21, 2005)

Williams Questions 'Energy' for 3rd Term: Mayor Leaves Door To Reelection Open (Post, April 21, 2005)

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