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On July 4, President Trump signed into law a bill that allows potential borrowers another five weeks to get a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan.  Many restaurants elected not to
We knew that recovery would take time, hard as that may be, and that this road would be a long one, but as we head int
As you know Virginia will move into Phase Three tomorrow, July 1st.
DC Health Link in partnership with the Washington Business Journal, the Washington Informer, DC Chamber of Commerce, Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Restaurant Association of Metr
This has already been a big week in our region as many of you are easing into indoor dining, bringing some staff back
It’s a new week and now our entire region is in Phase 2, which means restaurants have the ability to operate with indoor dining at 50% capacity. For
If you have not gotten the chance yet, check out the DC Business Toolkit. The DC Business Toolkit is an interactive online portal that centralizes the vast number of business assistance resources that are available citywide through DSLBD, sister agencies and service providers.
Following the Mayor’s announcement earlier today on Phase Two, please find The Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Adm
We have heard from a number of you that restaurants and small businesses have been contacted by ROC-DC to participate in the Strike for Black Lives taking place tomorrow in observance of Juneteenth.  To be clear, this is not an effort organized by ROC, but rather by various organizations locally and nationally calling for businesses to show solidarity and shut
As we head into what is likely to be another busy weekend in the region with Virginia entering Stage Two and DC, Montg
At Pepco, we are committed to providing safe, reliable, affordable and sustainable energy service, which we know is more critical now than ever with more of our customers working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We would be remiss, if we did not acknowledge the call to action that is underway across the country and globally against racism.
As the region moves further into reopening this week in Northern Virginia, and with Suburban Maryland Counties close b

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