Morning Rundown

by Sean Meehan August 25, 2015 at 9:30 am 0

Fountain in Yards Park

Bowser Tells Drivers to Slow Down on First Day of School — Mayor Muriel Bowser joined about 30 other volunteers at Seward Square on Capitol Hill yesterday morning to launch the “Slow Down” campaign, urging drivers to use extra caution now that school is back in session. [Washington City Paper]

A Historic Look at Capitol Hill Crime — A look through the records reveals a Capitol Hill assault case from 1852. [The Hill Is Home]

Due South Aims to Bring ‘Larrupin’ Good’ Food to Navy Yard — The owners of Due South at 301 Water St. SE are hoping that diners find their takes on classic Southern dishes “larrupin’ good.” Hill Now took a tour of Due South yesterday and learned how the new restaurant has created somewhat of a motto out of the expression that means delicious or excellent. [Hill Now]

Send Hill Now a Letter — Have something you want to share with Hill Now and our readers? We publish article and opinion contributions pertaining to local issues in the Capitol Hill community and Ward 6. [Hill Now]


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