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Delia Goncalves


Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Delia:

D.C. rent control expires in 2020

Currently, there are 80,000 rent control units in D.C. → Read More

United Way offers free services to hundreds of DC homeless

The United Way offers a one-stop resource center where the homeless can find the services they need. → Read More

She was abducted as a baby. After 20 years of searching, she's reunited with her family

She was abducted as a baby, Monique Smith-Person spent two decades trying to find her real name. → Read More

At-risk students in DC don't have access to the schools they need, according to new study

The Deputy Mayor of Education data shows that half of D.C. households don't have cars or easy access to help kids commute to school. → Read More

DC government employee accused of selling drugs outside of work

D.C. government employee Darrell Pope is accused of selling heroin and fentanyl outside of his job. → Read More

DC tenants say moldy apartments are making them sick

Residents in Congress Park Apartments are living in disgusting conditions. They say their homes are making them sick and management isn't doing anything to help. → Read More

Education equity and the long commute to DC schools

Kids in Ward 7 and 8 travel the longest to get to school -- many over an hour. → Read More

Fighting for history in a changing DC

Tale of how two neighborhoods are fighting to preserve the legacy of Alexander Crummell - the great abolitionist and academic. → Read More

'Mother Theresa of DC' set to retire after 40+ years of caring for homeless

Dr. Janelle Goetcheus has been getting to know homeless neighbors since she moved to DC with a mission to help the medically under-served. → Read More

DC school warns parents they'll call Child & Family Services if you're late for pickup

A mom says the principal sent a warning to parents that if they don’t pick up their kid on time, the Child and Family Services Agency will be called. → Read More

Four DC employees on paid leave after house fire that killed a 9-year-old boy

DC officials knew about the violations in the unlicensed apartment five months before deadly fire, nothing was done. → Read More

Are you safe in the Kennedy Center elevators?

It turns out the Kennedy Center is responsible for inspecting their own elevators. → Read More

Local men start 'Books with Brothers' to encourage reading

Montgomery County natives spread love of reading to black boys and girls. → Read More

Karon Brown's friends and family get trip to Six Flags

A mom is trying to help a group of preteens from Southeast DC take their minds off the murder of their friend Karon Brown. → Read More

Second grader's book makes it to Library of Congress

A young black boy hopes to expand children's vocabulary with his best-selling book about walking dictionaries. → Read More

A formerly homeless man will be getting a free home makeover thanks to this DC business owner

Rebecca Margao owns Capitol Hill furniture and connected with Phil Colbert through Pathways to Housing DC. She offered help make his new place feel more like home. → Read More

Maryland farmshare brings fresh produce and nutrition education to community

The Thursday farmshare is an offshoot of a school program teaching kids how to pick, cook and eat healthy vegetables. → Read More

DC Landlord sued for lead paint in apartment

SE DC Landlord reportedly lost her job and fell behind on bills, but now faces millions in fines. → Read More

First African-American and woman to lead Md. National Guard to retire

'You know the time is right when you feel things have aligned,' Major General Linda Singh said. → Read More

'My mentee is facing a murder charge' | DC man calls for more mentors to save kids from violence

ANC Commissioner says we need to focus intervention efforts on 10-12 year olds → Read More