Washington City Paper staff’s salaries cut by 40 percent, Metro trains are shaking homes in Northwest, report suggests gentrification has increased integration in schools, and other news of the day over in the District.
- Young person fatally shot near recreation center in Southeast. [Post]
- Cannabis Museum is relocating from Columbia Heights to Georgia Avenue. [Popville]
- Photos: Mayor confronts city’s rat problem in a Northeast alley. [Capitol Hill Corner]
- Could gentrification become integration? [Post]
- A section of Beach Drive that closed in August is slated to reopen in January. [WTOP]
- Washington City Paper staff expect their pay to drop below $30,000 a year, as publications struggles to find new owner. [Washingtonian]
- Metro trains are vibrating some homes in Petworth. [WTOP]
- Coming to H Street NE: a chain that specializes in custom protein bowls, smoothies, and weekly meal plans. [Eater]
- Prosecutors won’t bring charges in alleged rape at a Halloween party last year in Georgetown. [Post]
- Efforts to make Pennsylvania Avenue the District’s biking backbone. [Wash Cycle]
- Staff at an elementary school in Shaw gave a 3-year-old student to a stranger. [Post]
- What teachers from around the country are saying about the Ballou High School investigation. [WAMU]
- D.C.’s public proposal for Amazon headquarters doesn’t detail economic incentives. [Washingtonian]
- Five new opioid drop-off locations have been set up in the city. [WTOP]
- D.C. region educates digital tech workers who take their educations elsewhere for employment. [Post]
- In Inauguration Day rioting trial, jury will decide if marching in a group is the same as driving a getaway car. [Washingtonian]
- An N Street Village success story. [Post]
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