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  • Two Ward 5 School Buildings May Become Historic Landmarks

    The Historic Preservation Review Board will hear testimony on historic status for Langston and Slater elementary schools, among the first to admit black students in Washington. 

  • Medical Marijuana Grow House Proposed for Ward 5

    Some doctors say it helps relieve nausea, vomiting, certain AIDS symptoms and some side effects of chemotherapy. Some opponents call it the infamous "gateway drug". Whether for or against it, medical marijuana has become the topic of conversation across the country.

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    20,000 Runners Set to Sprint Around Capital

    Marathons set off from RFK Stadium to benefit health-related charities.

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    IDEA Public Charter School Objects To Potential Closing

    Parents, students and members of the Ward 7 community filled Integrated Design Electronics Academy (IDEA) Public Charter School's auditorium Thursday for a public hearing that allowed IDEA board members to address the school's current state of low academic performance to Public Charter School Board.  

  • On Patrol With a 'Superwoman'

    Meet Police Officer Elizabeth Bradshaw, a superwoman of sorts to her ward. A victim of domestic violence and teenage mother of three, Bradshaw now she keeps the peace while helping her neighbors find peace in their lives.

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