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Week Ahead on the Hill — Capitol Hill Corner wraps up notable ANC activity for the week. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Terrorism Exercise at Navy Yard — Last night and this morning D.C. first responders held a “full-scale terrorism exercise” at Navy Yard and several other sites around the District. “This exercise is crucial in ensuring that all of our public-safety personnel are working efficiently and effectively together and with the many local, regional and federal agencies that keep us safe when any emergency happens in our city,” said Mayor Vincent Gray, in a statement. [DC.gov]

ANC 6B Candidates — The Hill Is Home has a recap of ANC 6B candidates. [Hill Is Home]

Two Robbed Near H Street — Two people were robbed at gunpoint on the 1100 block of G Street NE early this morning. The teenage suspects allegedly stole cash and cell phones. Police arrested two people and seized a black plastic BB gun. [Washington Post]

License Apps for H Street Restaurants — Two recently-opened restaurants on the 1300 H Street NE are applying for license, one for a license to open a “summer garden” and the other a liquor license. [PoPville]

WaPo Profiles Navy Yard — The Washington Post profiles the Navy Yard neighborhood, also known as Near Southeast or the Capitol Riverfront, depending on who you’re talking to. “This is the best of all worlds in urban living,” said one resident, a parent of two young children. [Washington Post]

Construction Photos in JDLand — There’s lots of construction activity in the area around Nationals Park, and JDLand has the photos to prove it. Among other notable developments, there is now a news ticker outside the new CBS Radio space at 1015 Half Street. [JDLand]

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