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Miriam Singer's license plate reads "MS," but the Maryland woman has received speed camera tickets in D.C. for "MS ALF," "MS G" and "MS MAD" in the past four months -- even though she says she hasn't even driven in the District.
The list of marketable retail corridors in the District is multiplying.
The so-called "Day without a Food Truck" was designed to illustrate how proposed regulations could limit vendors and shift the food scene away from mobile trucks. D.C. leaders could face indigestion this week when they take up proposed regulations that would limit the number of food trucks in the city.
When Junious Brickhouse returned to D.C. from serving in the United States Army for nearly a decade, he didn't return with war stories. He returned with dance.
A D.C. woman says she was put on hold after calling 911 when an intruder entered her Northwest home, NBC 4 reports.
The Gray administration has tapped Janice Posey, an economic development consultant, to spend a year talking to health care and educational leaders about their long-term growth needs.
The pedestrian restrictions near the White House have been lifted.
Dan Tangherlini, acting administrator of the General Services Administration, has proposed trading the District's J. Edgar Hoover Building for a new FBI headquarters campus, and received 35 responses last month from interested parties.
The owner of three vacant commercial buildings in the heart of downtown D.C., all tied inexorably to the sputtering Armenian Genocide Museum project, has applied to knock them down.
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