Morning Rundown

by Andrew Ramonas June 22, 2016 at 9:30 am 0

A storm rolls into Capitol Hill on June 21, 2016 (Photo via Twitter/Architect of the Capitol)

Two Men Indicted in Navy Yard Barbershop Shooting — A grand jury has indicted 20-year-old Terrence Atchison and 27-year-old Barry Bloomfield on 21 charges, including assault with intent to kill while armed and assault with intent to kill a minor while armed, in connection with a shooting at a barbershop at 1005 8th St. SE in February. [D.C. U.S. Attorney’s Office]

NoMa Development Faces Zoning Panel Criticism — Foulger-Pratt’s planned development at 301-331 N St. NE is facing pushback from the D.C. Zoning Commission after the panel reviewed the project’s benefits for the community. “I think the whole thing is still pretty meager,” commissioner Peter May said. [Washington Business Journal]

House, Frager’s Garden Center Sold — An architecture firm has bought a house and Frager’s Garden Center on the 1200 block of Pennsylvania Avenue SE, which is slated to house an apartment complex with 120 units. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Man Stabbed in Attempted Robbery in Rosedale — A man was stabbed in an attempted robbery in Rosedale yesterday morning. [Hill Now]

Photo via Twitter/Architect of the Capitol


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