Morning Rundown

by Sean Meehan August 26, 2015 at 9:15 am 2 Comments

Helicopter over Navy Yard

Metro Sued Over Alleged Anti-Gay Attack on X2 Bus — A woman filed a lawsuit against Metro and an X2 bus operator accusing the driver of “verbal and physical attacks” based on the woman’s sexual orientation. [Washington City Paper]

New Housing Construction in D.C. Concentrated on Waterfront — The waterfront planning area, which includes Navy Yard and the Southwest waterfront, has seen the highest housing growth of all areas in the District. [Greater Greater Washington]

Package Theft Suspect Filmed on Capitol Hill Appears to Have Ankle Monitoring Device — The suspect in a mid-July theft on Capitol Hill appeared to have an ankle monitoring device on him when he allegedly took a package from outside of a home. [FOX 5]

Garrison’s Bite-Sized Cheese Puffs on Barracks Row — Diners at chef Rob Weland’s new Barracks Row restaurant Garrison can start their meal with Gougères, savory French pastries that he describes as “a little addictive.” [Washington Post]

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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