Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec October 22, 2014 at 9:00 am 0

Construction crane on a blue sky

D.C. United Stadium Community Benefits — Southwest residents are clashing with the D.C. United soccer team and city officials over how the planned Buzzard Point stadium should benefit locals. [The Washington Post]

Senator Defends Hill Home — Sen. Mary Landrieu is under fire again regarding her East Capitol Street home. She told voters in Louisiana — where a lawsuit challenging her residency was dismissed — that the townhouse is not a mansion and is just 36 feet wide. [UPI]

Pet Superstore Opening — Unleashed by Petco is set to open Nov. 3 in the Navy Yard’s Boilermaker Shops on Tingey Street between 3rd and 4th streets SE. [JDLand]

Man Who Brought Gun Into House Building Sentenced — A meat company executive who pleaded guilty to bringing a handgun into the Cannon Building received a 30-day suspended sentence on Tuesday. [AP]

Improving H Street NE’s Alleys — ANC 6A convened a meeting on how to rid the alleys of H Street NE of overflowing dumpsters, rats and stagnant water. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Halloween on the Hill — The Hill Is Home rounded up Halloween events for kids, adults and pets. [The Hill Is Home]


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