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Latest Georgetown Items
The Delaware State Police say a 21-year old driver is dead and his passenger critically injured as a result of a car crash in Georgetown.
The multimillion-dollar deepening of Charleston Harbor as well projects at smaller ports like Georgetown will be helped by a federal water resources bill that is next up for a vote in the Senate, U.S. Rep. Tom Rice said Tuesday.
The Hoyas have landed two center recruits since John Thompson III showed up in Indiana to help Roy Hibbert. The latest, 6-foot-10 Jessie Govan from New York, a 4-star prospect.
It's been a wild ride for sisters Bettye Windom and Beth Insley since their short, wild ride to stop a burning school bus.
Georgetown doubled the size of its 2015 recruiting class with the addition of a sizable scoring big man.
We now have specific details for the annual Big Ten-Big East tipoff series, which starts in 2015. Matchups remain a mystery, but a certain local coach believes Maryland-Georgetown will meet.
The Big East and Big 10 will have a joint announcement on Sunday, which reportedly involves the conferences starting tip-off series in 2015. Terps versus Hoyas anyone?
Over the last three days Georgetown hosted a big man transfer, met with a four-star recruit and added another player with a familiar name to their 2014 recruiting class.
The National Park Service says an additional sewage overflow from this week's storms has caused untreated wastewater to spill into the C&O Canal in Georgetown.