Washington, DC

“Dear PoPville,

I am writing to you because my housemates and I are in desperate need of some assistance. On July 4th, I came home and discovered our home had caught fire because one of our reckless and careless housemates was setting off illegal fireworks in front of our home. Myself and my other two roommates, who were not home at the time, have lost everything we own except the clothes on our backs and our fur babies. Unfortunately no one had renter’s insurance, so we are really going thru a difficult time.

Myself and the other two ladies all work in the hospitality industry here in DC and we are really hoping that you could help us. We have started a GoFundMe page to help collect donations so we can find a new place to live and purchase the essentials. Read More

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14th and Randolph Street, NW

“Dear PoPville,

Talked to the owner of the 14th st Mini Mart at 14th and Randolph. He also owns the vacant Chinese place next store. The Chinese place has been totally gutted and he said he plans on opening an Ethiopian cafe with coffee in the next three months. The space between the mini mart and the Randolph Tower parking lot will be a patio. Hopefully his timeline is right. Would be a really exciting addition to the neighborhood.”

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3700 block of 10th Street, NW

From MPD:

“The Fourth District is working a stabbing in the 3700 Block 10th Street NW that occurred on June 27, 2019 at approximately 6:30PM. The victim was cut by an unknown object once in the chest. The victim is being treated at a hospital for his injuries. At this time the case is under investigation by the Fourth District Detectives Office. Any information please contact 2027279099″

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From MPD:

“MPD responded to the area of 9th Street and Quincy St, NW, for reported gunshots at approximately 7:40 PM this evening. [Tuesday]

There were no injuries reported. There was damage to a vehicle discovered in the 3700 block of 9th Street, NW.

If anyone has information related to this event please call 202 727-9099 or text 50411.”

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