Wisconsin and N Street, NW From an email: “Today, doors are open to its Georgetown store (1267 Wisconsin Avenue NW), with a forthcoming store opening in Mount Vernon Triangle (650 Massachusetts Avenue NW) on March 22.
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Courtesy image The city of Bakersfield is hosting free bulky waste drop-off events this Saturday to provide more opportunities for the public to dispose of large items. The events will take place from 8 a.m. to noon. The locations will be the parking lots of Aera Park, located at 100 Jewetta Ave., and Mechanics Bank Arena, located at 1001 Truxtun Ave. through the entrance at the rear parking lot on N Street. Regular household items that don't fit in a tan cart along with regular recyclables that don't fit in
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department (LLCHD) will be hosting two mass vaccination clinics this Friday and Saturday at Pinnacle Bank Arena (PBA). These clinics are only for registered county residents 75 years or older. LLCHD will be contacting eligible residents directly and scheduling appointments at that time. To help people get to and from the clinic, the City of Lincoln is provided a free shuttle service. The pick-up location is the heated shelter at StarTran Stop 3, located
Be a good neighbor Caught in Southie received a few photos of spot savers put out by residents trying to get one over on their neighbors. The first photos (above) were taken on I street. The spot savers were put out while the snow was falling. That’s a violation of Rule #1 – you can’t put out a spot saver until after the snowstorm (and only during a Snow Emergency). The second one was on N Street on Monday afternoon. Very little, it not any shoveling (Rule #2) was done in the situation and again – a
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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA — A late night armed carjacking attempt by two men didn’t go as planned on December 22nd when the 80-year-old owner and concealed carrier exercised his rights, wounding one of the suspects. Investigators with the Pensacola Police Department said that the homeowner went out to lock the cars in his driveway around 11 p.m. Two men approached him and attempted to steal his car, with at least one of the suspects pulling a gun on him. The owner pulled his own gun and shot at the two. Both fled
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This rental is located at 57 N Street, NW. The Craigslist ad says: “$1,975 / 1br – 600ft2 – 1br – 600ft2 – 1 bed + 1 bath Condo (Truxton Circle) I am looking at to rent out my condo located in Truxton circle. This unit is 600 square feet and has one bedroom and one full baths. The condo was built in 2018 and has up to date appliances and features including the following: New hardwoods Granite countertops Stainless steel appliances Full body showers Easy street parking Washer and Dryer (new) in
of 4 Traffic is seen moving along snow-covered Interstate 80 on Tuesday. Snowplows line up to clear snow on North 27th Street on Tuesday. Wah Su digs out of a driveway on N Street on Tuesday. Vonda Kapke (left) and her neighbor Paul Koester dig out the sidewalk in front of their homes on Rose Street on Tuesday. Dry air took the punch out of Tuesday's winter storm by mid-afternoon, but not before it dropped 6 inches of snow across a wide swath of Nebraska. Accumulating snow had largely ended by 2:30 p.m.,
PENSACOLA, Fla. (WKRG) — Officers with the Pensacola Police Department are searching for a suspect following an attempted carjacking on West Brainerd Street. Investigators say the homeowner was in his driveway around 11pm, locking his cars for the night when two men approached him and tried to steal his car. One of the suspects pulled out a gun. The victim then pulled out his own gun and shot at the suspects. Both men ran away. One of the victims turned up at a house on N Street with a gunshot wound. His injuries
Hundreds of protesters and counterprotesters gathered at the California state Capitol Saturday, and it left some people having to find a way to get home after their cars were vandalized, KTLA sister station KTXL reported in Sacramento. Things were calmer Saturday night, but there was a lot of vandalism on N Street near 15th Street. “There is no need to go trashing other people’s stuff,” said Karyn Tompkins. “Our tires on the right side have been slashed.” She told KTXL she attended a pro-Trump rally
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — Hundreds of protesters and counter-protesters gathered at the State Capitol Saturday, and in the end, it left some people having to find a way to get home as their cars had been vandalized. Things were calmer Saturday night, but there was a lot of vandalism on N Street near 15th Street. “There is no need to go trashing other people’s stuff,” said Karyn Tompkins. “Our tires on the right side have been slashed.” She told FOX40 she attended a pro-Trump rally at the Capitol
801N's homes feature oversized windows. 801N is one of the hottest and fastest selling new condominiums in Shaw. The extremely well designed, 28-unit boutique property has sold 70% of its residences, leaving just a handful of homes still for sale. Among those are one bedrooms, one bedroom plus dens and two bedrooms—including duplex penthouses with private roof decks—starting from the mid $400s. Kitchens feature two-toned cabinetry. 801N has already begun move-ins and both in-person and virtual tours are
[UPDATE 11:19 p.m.] Woman Shot in Eureka Tonight; Officers Are Searching for a Silver Honda With Three Young Males
Background photo by Oliver Cory A woman was shot at the Shell Station on 1310 5th Street in Eureka about 10:30 this evening. According to a witness, the woman was pumping gas, when three young males drove up in a silver sedan. One of the males physically assaulted the woman. Bystanders intervened. The males drove away from the station. But, as they were leaving, one pointed a handgun out the vehicle’s window and fired one shot which struck the woman in the leg. The suspects fled northbound on N Street. According
EPD Looking for a Suspect Who Assaulted Another and Shot a Handgun Several Times Between Fourth and Fifth Streets This Evening
Stock photo by Oliver Cory About 8:25 p.m. two people got into an argument near Launderland on N Street in Eureka, according to a dispatcher broadcasting a warning officers to be on the lookout (BOLO) for a suspect with a firearm. According to the BOLO, during the argument, the male suspect hit the victim in the face with a black handgun and it discharged. The suspect then got into a black, newer model, four door, BMW sedan and fled westbound on 4th Street. As the suspect was fleeing in the vehicle, he discharged
November 24, 2020, 6:54 PM With people planning to reunite with family and friends this Thanksgiving holiday weekend, some D.C. coronavirus testing sites saw a surge in demand. At Nationals Park on Tuesday, the line moved swiftly, with a light turnout at the testing site conducted by the D.C. government. Testing attendants outside the stadium helped people file into the Geico Parking Garage on N Street near South Capitol Street SE, where tests were administered on the second level. The District operated several
Bedford Police Department Arrests – Nov. 21 Incidents – Nov. 22 7:36 p.m. 911 call investigation in the 160 block of Younger Road 7:09 p.m. Parking problem at R and 27th streets 6:33 p.m. 911 call investigation in the 181 block of F Street 6:33 p.m. Traffic stop at M and 22nd streets 6:19 p.m. Traffic stop at Mitchell Road and N Street 5:31 p.m. Noise complaint in the 1500 block of I Street 5:10 p.m. Officers made extra patrols at 16th and Poplar streets 4:29 p.m. Disabled vehicle at State Road 37 and 35th
Need a Test? D.C. expanded its public testing. But keep in mind a negative result can give you a false sense of security if you are testing for holiday travel. City Paper is not for tourists What once was a super vote center is now a public testing site. Starting Monday, Nov. 23, people can get tested for COVID-19 at Nationals Park. Testing will be done inside the garage, at 16 N Street SE, Monday through Friday between 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. The new site is part of the District’s efforts to ramp up testing