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“Cherry Blossom Porches on Brookland’s 10th Street NE Use “Statehood Theme” Win 2023 Amazon Competition”
Thanks to Enid for sharing this awesomeness: “We won the Amazon Petal Porches competition. The best block on 10th Street NE in Brookland DC is taking part in this year’s Petal Porches Competition. The block’s theme is “Statehood.” Hidden within the decor are the state birds of existing 50 states.”
Corrections Officer From Upper Marlboro Accused Of Scheme To Smuggle Drugs To Inmates: DOJ
A man conspiring with a convict inside a DC jail has admitted to bribing a public official to smuggle drugs inside the facility. Keywaune McLeod, 28, of Washington, DC, pleaded guilty this week to one count of bribery following a scheme he ran with a corrections officer and drug supplier to get contraband inside the District’s Central Detention Facility (CDF).
Missing woman found dead in DC trash can
WASHINGTON (DC News Now) — The Metropolitan Police Department had been looking for Yvette Spencer since March 18. According to a flier shared online, she was last seen in the 1600 block of 17th Pl. SE. Her body was found inside a trash can behind a building on the 1600 block of 27th St. SE, […]
2 teens shot, 1 killed on Alabama Avenue in Southeast
WASHINGTON - A teenage boy is dead, D.C. police reported, after a shooting in Southeast Tuesday night. Officers are still in the area investigating the incident. D.C. police said the call reporting the shooting came in at 9:05 p.m. The officers who responded to the scene in the 2200 block of Alabama Avenue SE said they found two teenage boys suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.
Driver arrested following two state pursuit, speeds got up to 130 mph
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MI (WTVB) – A 33-year-old suspect out of Washington D.C. is accused of leading police agencies in two states on a high speed pursuit Tuesday night. The St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department says the pursuit started in White Pigeon just before 7:30 p.m. when police tried to stop a white SUV speeding through the village.
Reckless use of pistol results in arrest
WASHINGTON — On Monday, Officers with the Washington Police Department’s 1st shift responded to a domestic situation on NE 3rd St. It was reported to Officers that 41 year old Chris G. Hayes had pointed a handgun at individuals in the residence during the incident. Hayes was taken into custody without incident on charges of Criminal Recklessness with a Deadly Weapon and one handgun was seized.
Car crashes into building in NW DC
WASHINGTON — A building under renovation in Northwest D.C. is in need of even more repairs after a car tore through it on Tuesday. Editor's Note: The video above shows a different crash into a building that aired Jan. 30, 2023. Around 4:20 p.m., a call regarding the crash...
Autopsy Photos Shown in Murder Trial Trigger A Mother’s Grief
During trial on March 20, a family member hugged a grieving mother as she shed tears for her murdered son as prosecutors showed photos of the killing. Jean-Paul Kearney, 36, is charged with second-degree murder while armed for allegedly shooting 33-year-old Dontra Harris on April 4, 2021, on the 1800 block of 24th Street, NE.
DC’s summer camp lottery is open now
Registration for summer camp with DC Parks and Rec is now underway.
DC police search for bright green car after pedestrian who was hit dies
WASHINGTON (DC News Now) — Police said that a person died on March 18, months after being hit by a car in Northeast. The Metropolitan Police Department said it was looking for a bright green Dodge Challenger that was involved. Investigators said that around 8:29 p.m. on Nov. 6, 2022, the car hit a pedestrian […]
The District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency Commits to Preserving Affordable Housing at 202-Unit The Villages of East River
WASHINGTON, DC - The District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency (DCHFA) has financed the rehabilitation of 202 affordable apartments at scattered sites across Wards 7 and 8. DCHFA issued $43.1 million in tax exempt bonds for the acquisition and rehabilitation of this 16-building community formerly known as WDC 1 which spans Anacostia, Marshall Heights and Fort Dupont. The Agency also underwrote $33.4 million in federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) equity and $6.4 million in D.C. LIHTC equity to finance this redevelopment.
Carjacking Suspect Busted In Same Clothes Going To The Well One Too Many Times In Falls Church
The driver who hopped a curb and struck a pedestrian walking on a sidewalk before speeding away and committing multiple carjackings has been apprehended, according to officials in Falls Church.Police say that a man arrested on Sunday, March 19 is the same person who was wanted for a stolen vehicle,…
DC History Conference features topics ripped from recent headlines
The D.C. History Conference gets underway this week, and several topics that will be covered during the event will be directly tied to recent headlines, including Congress overriding legislation that was passed by District lawmakers. “If you have an interest in D.C. and its neighborhoods and the issues of statehood...
Didn’t they just recently reopen after “making some improvements”?!?
The Apple store in Georgetown was closed for a while in November/December. Not sure what this closure is about now but stay tuned.
Fire victims move out of hotel
Victims of the apartment fire in Silver Spring move out of Hotel, looking for other places to stay. Victims of the apartment fire in Silver Spring move out of Hotel, looking for other places to stay. DC’s summer camp lottery is open now. Registration for summer camp with DC...
Upper Marlboro Man Checks Into Jail After Reportedly Robbing Several Hotels
An Upper Marlboro man is staying in a different kind of suite after being accused of robbing several hotels in Prince George's County. Rodney Knight, 31, is believed to be responsible for the robberies of two hotels in September 2022, according to the Prince George's County Police Department. Investigators say...
Top 5 Budget Friendly Steakhouse Restaurants in DC
The top 5 steakhouse restaurants in DC offer a range of budget-friendly steakhouse restaurants that provide excellent dining experiences without breaking the bank. From the cozy and casual atmosphere of The District Chophouse & Brewery to the elegant and sophisticated ambiance of The Prime Rib, each restaurant offers unique features and signature dishes that cater to different tastes and preferences.
2 men arrested for shooting man to death in Silver Spring
SILVER SPRING, Md. — Police have arrested two men in connection to a deadly shooting earlier this month. According to the Montgomery County Department of Police (MCPD), officers were called to the 1700 block of Hampshire Green Lane just after 9 p.m. on Tuesday, March 7. When officers arrived,...
Washington police looking for missing teen
City of Washington police are asking for the public’s help to find a missing teen.
DC police prepare for possible Trump-related protests
WASHINGTON — Local law enforcement agencies are preparing for possible protests if former President Donald Trump is indicted later this week. Last week, the former president posted to his social media website “Truth Social” that he believed that he would be arrested on Tuesday. Since then, authorities...
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