Morning Rundown

by Sean Meehan September 10, 2015 at 9:00 am 0


Parents at Near Northeast School Concerned About Potential Protesters at Nearby Planned Parenthood — Parents of children at Two Rivers Public Charter School in Near Northeast are concerned that a future Planned Parenthood near the school will draw unruly crowds of protesters. [Washington Post]

Near Northeast Residents Complain of Prostitution On Elementary School Property — Residents near J.O. Wilson Elementary School at 660 K St. NE complained to police that the school property is being used for illicit sex. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Student Art to Adorn Fence at Hine Development Near Eastern Market — On Tuesday, Sept. 29, the fence around the Hine School development project beside Eastern Market will be adorned with artwork from students at 26 Capitol Hill schools. [Hill Rag]

Pope’s Visit Leads to Spike in Airbnb Reservations on Capitol Hill and H Street Corridor — Listings for rooms on the popular room rental site have increased on and around Capitol Hill in anticipation of Pope Francis’ visit on Sept. 22. [Curbed]


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