Morning Rundown


Capitol Hill Businesses Honored at Hilly Awards — Winners at the Capitol Hill Association of Merchants and Professional annual Hilly Awards included Frager’s Hardware, Capitol Hill Arts Workshop and Metro Mutts. Check out a full list of winners at Hill Rag. [Hill Rag]

D.C. Jail’s Roof Needs Repairs for Winter — City memos acquired by NBC Washington show that the District Department of Corrections requested $800,000 of emergency funding for roof repairs they say are necessary to continue jail operations through winter. [NBC Washington]

False Alarm Forces Evacuation at Capitol Power Plant — The Capitol Power Plant at 25 E St. SE, which provides power to the U.S. Capitol and other federal buildings, was evacuated yesterday after a fire alarm sounded, though there was no fire. [Roll Call]

D.C.’s Smallest Home Goes on the Market on Capitol Hill — The smallest home in D.C., a 252 square foot Capitol Hill home, is available for rent for $1,400 per month. [DCist]


Morning Rundown

Smith Commons on H Street NE

11th Street Dispute Resolved — The D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment [BZA] has intervened to settle a squabble between Hill East residents and a developer over the developer’s plan to block an exit from the back of their house. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Time for a New Jail? — The D.C. jail, located south of the Stadium-Armory Metro station in Hill East, is 40 years old. Prison advocates say the age is starting to show. [Washington Post]

Wild Wings — A new Buffalo Wild Wings is coming to Half Street SE between the Navy Yard Metro station and Nationals Park. [JD Land]

Thai on H — IMM Thai Food just had a soft launch at its location on 1360 H St. NE. They will serve a limited menu for the next few weeks before their offerings resemble the menu of their Annandale Restaurant. [District Cuisine]


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