Metro reports “state of good repair” for Surge 2 tracks

  • Published in State

Metro LogoWASHINGTON, D.C. – County commuters handled the shutdown of portions of the D.C. Metrorail’s Orange, Blue and Silver lines as well as officials could have requested of them.

Now, Metro is saying it did its part as well, completing all the necessary repairs during the two-week SafeTrack Surge 2.


Local tennis prodigy comes home to play in the Citi Open

  • Published in Sports

francestiafoeWASHINGTON, D.C. – Two years ago, then 16-year-old Frances Tiafoe made his ATP World Tour debut in front of his home crowd at the Citi Open in western Washington, D.C. after he received a wild card entry into the main draw.

He shouldn’t be surprised if he has a slight case of déjà vu next week.


D.C. police may have stopped mass shooting with arrest

  • Published in Crime

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Washington D.C. police may have stopped a massive shooting in Greenbelt after they arrested a 17-year-old District of Columbian boy who told his ex-girlfriend he would shoot her, her family, her mother’s workplace and then open fire at students at Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt.

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