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Posted at 12:01 PM ET, 05/16/2012

Kenyan McDuffie’s election meaningful for Ward 5; Old Md. police station could be converted into arts center


Kenyan McDuffie was elected to DC Council Ward 5 on Tuesday. He is holding daughter Jozi, 2. (HO - Tony Ponds/Courtesy of Kenyan McDuffie campaign)
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What last night’s election of Kenyan McDuffie to D.C. City Council means for Ward 5. (Frozen Tropics)

Some Montgomery County residents are proposing turning an old police station into an arts center. (Just Up the Pike)

A new owner is taking the reins at Scheele’s Market, the longest-running corner store in Georgetown. (Georgetown Dish)

An in-depth look at Chris Singleton’s season for the Wizards and what the team can expect from him going forward. (Truth About It)

By Andy Smith  |  12:01 PM ET, 05/16/2012

 
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