Morning Rundown

by Sean Meehan October 23, 2015 at 9:05 am 0

F Street NE

Police Release Transcript of 911 Call That Led to the Eastern Market Arrest That Sparked Protests — The District government has released a transcript of the 911 call that police were responding to when they arrested 18-year-old Jason Goolsby near Eastern Market last weekend. Goolsby’s arrest, which was caught on video, led some to accuse the officers of brutality. [Fox 5]

Development in NoMa to Replace Storage Facility Where Some Find Refuge from Homelessness — For some, Capital Self Storage on 3rd and N streets NE is the closest thing to a home, but the facility is set to be torn down to make way for a boutique hotel. [Washington Post]

Southwest Library Partners with National Museum of African American History and Culture for Home Movie Day Saturday — Southwest residents can bring their home movies to the Southwest library at 900 Wesley Place SW on Saturday for preservation tips and to emphasize the importance of home footage in underrepresented communities. [Washington Post]

Looking Back at the National Capital Planning Commission’s 2006 Recommendations for the RFK Stadium Site — Greater Greater Washington takes a closer look at the National Capital Planning Commission’s recommendations from 2006 for museums and mixed-use development at the RFK Stadium site, which is owned by the federal government. [Greater Greater Washington]


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