Borderstan Brief

by Daniel Levitt July 27, 2015 at 8:45 am 0


Falling Behind?  Garrison Elementary School’s math and reading proficiency percentiles rank in the mid-20s. But the school is on an upward trajectory, says school principal Collin Hill. [Greater Greater Washington]

Stabbing Near Convention Center — A person was stabbed and critically injured on Friday afternoon near the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, according to D.C. Police. The victim was transferred to hospital with life-threatening injuries and the investigation continues. [WUSA9]

Affordable Housing With Solar Power in Adams Morgan  Ontario Court (2525 Ontario Road NW) marked its $1.4 million renovation with a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday. The project preserves 27 affordable housing buildings with solar panels, making it the first of its kind in the District.  [District Source]

Tap Takeover — Churchkey in Logan Circle will only pour beers brewed in the District on Aug. 13. [DC Beer]

Safety First — Councilmember Brianne Nadeau will lead a public safety walk Tuesday around Ward 1. Residents can raise safety concerns with Nadeau, Metro Police Department and other city agencies about local crime and safety. [Borderstan]


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