Morning Rundown

by Andrew Ramonas April 14, 2016 at 9:30 am 0

Capitol Hill from the Russell Senate Office Building

ANC Endorses Frager’s Design Plans — Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6B has backed design plans for Frager’s Hardware’s new Capitol Hill store. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Lawyer Representing D.C. ATV Riders Says Cops Went Too Far — Lawyer Dave Shurtz, who is representing several D.C. ATV and dirt bike riders in lawsuits, said the police are “grandstand[ing]” about protecting the public when they’re “targeting young black males with deadly force.” His comments came after police released several photos of the riders. [WJLA]

Puppy Found Near Payne Elementary Searching for ‘Forever Home’ — An abandoned puppy was found near the Payne Elementary School, according to a newsletter sent out by the Congressional Cemetery yesterday evening. [Hill Now]

H Street Farmers Market to Reopen Saturday — Food producers from across the region will once again return to H Street this weekend and kick off the season of selling fruit, vegetables and other food to locals. [Hill Now]


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