Morning Rundown

by Andrew Ramonas June 21, 2016 at 9:45 am 0

Yards Park in Navy Yard

Hill East Woman Had Restraining Order Against Man Accused of Killing Her  — Hill East resident Stephanie Goodloe got a temporary restraining order filed against her ex-boyfriend, Donald Hairston, who was charged with first degree murder in her death on Saturday. [Washington Post]

VIPs Break Ground on National Association of Broadcasters HQ in Navy Yard — Mayor Muriel Bowser, Councilmember Charles Allen of Ward 6, Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, National Association of Broadcasters chairman Gordon Smith and other VIPs officially broke ground on the NAB headquarters at South Capitol and M streets SE. [JDLand]

Van Ness Principal Talks Discipline — Cynthia Robinson-Rivers, principal of Van Ness Elementary School (1100 5th St. SE), talks to NPR about how her teachers try to help disruptive preschool students, instead of suspending. [NPR]

Public Marina to Open at The Yards This Weekend — A new marina is on track to officially open to the public at The Yards this weekend. [Hill Now]


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