Morning Rundown

by Sean Meehan November 23, 2015 at 10:45 am 0

H Street streetcar

Nonprofit Dedicated to Sex Workers Triples Client Numbers With New H Street NE Facility — HIPS Center for Health and Achievement, a nonprofit that offers counseling and other services to sex workers has tripled the amount of people they help since moving to a new facility at 906 H St. NE in August. [Hill Rag]

Residents Press Police Captain About Delays in Arresting Hill East Home Invasion Suspect — Metropolitan Police First District Commander Jeff Brown told Hill East residents that a suspect in a home invasion and rape that occurred on Oct. 13 is in the custody of Prince George’s County, Md. police but did not say why it has taken so long for the man to be extradited to the District. [Capitol Hill Corner]

H Street NE Eatery D.C. Harvest Announces Black Friday Brunch — D.c. Harvest at 517 H St. NE announced that it will open for brunch on Black Friday with bottomless Bloody Marys, Old Bay fried chicken and monterey jack donuts. [District Cuisine]

Councilwoman Cheh, Journalists Get Matching D.C. Flag Tattoos at H Street NE Parlor — Ward 3 Councilwoman Mary Cheh, WAMU host Kojo Nnamdi and NBC Washington reporter Tom Sherwood got matching tattoos of the D.C. flag Friday afternoon at Fatty’s Tattoos and Piercings on the H Street corridor. [Hill Now]


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