Morning Rundown

by Sean Meehan September 8, 2015 at 9:20 am 0

Capitol Hill

City Reconsiders Takeover of Eastern Market Flea Market — The District Department of General Services reversed its decision to take over the weekend flea markets at Eastern Market, allowing the current managers to renew their lease agreements. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Neighbors Show Support for 13-Year-Old Southwest Shooting Victim — After spending a day in the hospital, 13-year-old Taije Chambliss, who was struck by a bullet on her way home from the library Aug. 30, got a heroes welcome from her Southwest community. [DCist]

Owney the Mail Dog Honored at Postal Museum — An exhibit at the Postal Museum remembers Owney, the Railway Mail Service’s mascot who was the most famous dog in the world in the late 19th century. [Washingtonian]

Hill-Area Residents Voice Frustration With Crime Spike — Capitol Hill residents sought answers about recent crime in the area at an unusually crowded police advisory council meeting at the police station in Southwest. [Roll Call]


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