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Townhouses in the Trinidad neighborhood of Northeast Washington. Staff Photo by Katherine Frey.

Townhouses in the Trinidad neighborhood of Northeast Washington. Staff Photo by Katherine Frey.

The federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has  its headquarters in a converted warehouse in the NoMa neighborhood of Northeast Washington. Staff Photo by Steve Vogel

The federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has its headquarters in a converted warehouse in the NoMa neighborhood of Northeast Washington. Staff Photo by Steve Vogel

Artists and local children painted a mural on this 500-foot retaining wall in Northeast Washington in 2009. Staff Photo by Megan Rossman

Artists and local children painted a mural on this 500-foot retaining wall in Northeast Washington in 2009. Staff Photo by Megan Rossman

Avg Home Sold Price
$115,520

Last six months

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Avg Monthly Rent
$1,049

Based on 1Bd, 1 Bath

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Demographics

Population
2,871
Population Change Since 2000
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Population Change Since 1990
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Population Density
9,722
Median Annual Household Income
$30,931
Change in Avg Income Since 2000
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Change in Avg Income Since 1990
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Households with Children
39.0%
Avg Residents per Home
3.0
Median Age
32
Married
28%
Single
54%
Divorced
8%

Real Estate

Owner-Occupied Homes
40%
Renter-Occupied Homes
45%
Vacant Homes
15%
Median Years in Residence
4.3
Annual Residential Turnover
9%
Median Age of Homes (Years)
47

Transportation

Average Commute Time
32.7 min
Distance to Nearest Airport (Mile)
6.5
Drive/Carpool
56%
Public Transit
40%
Walk/Bike/Other
1%
Work at Home
3%

Data Provided by Onboard Informatics. Neighborhood Site Index

Local DC MD VA Area News

Correction: Deep Creek Lake story

In a story July 28 about Deep Creek Lake, The Associated Press, relying on information from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, erroneously reported the deadline for public comment on a draft watershed management plan. The deadline is Aug. 23.

Maryland doctor charged with operating pill mill

A Maryland doctor is being charged with operating a pill mill out of his office in Rockville, and prosecutors say one person died after using methadone the doctor provided.

Lexington had highest jobless rate in June

The city of Lexington had the highest jobless rate in Virginia in June.

Md. board seeks criminal checks for doc licensees

The Maryland Board of Physicians said Wednesday that it is seeking statutory authority to conduct criminal background checks on medical license applicants despite one member's concern that health care professionals are being singled out.

Schwartz touts education record in DC mayoral bid

Schwartz touts education record in DC mayoral bid

Former D.C. Councilmember Carol Schwartz said Wednesday that she has a stronger record on education than either of her opponents in the race for mayor, especially a fellow independent who has made improving the District of Columbia's public schools the centerpiece of his campaign.

Teenager suffers minor stab wound on Metro train

A 15-year-old Metrorail passenger suffered a puncture wound on her back and the assailant who allegedly stabbed her was arrested at the Fort Totten station.

McDonnells' 'twisted love story' has an important lesson about public ethics

McDonnells' 'twisted love story' has an important lesson about public ethics

COLUMN While relishing Peyton Place story line in McDonnell trial, keep in mind larger ethics issue

Md. religious leaders pray for immigrant children

Scores of Baltimore-area religious leaders held an interfaith prayer vigil for unaccompanied children who arrived in Maryland after fleeing violence in their home countries.

Metro customer falls onto tracks, is helped to safety by fellow riders

Unidentified woman who apparently fainted on Farragut West platform was pulled from tracks by others in the station.

Alexandria and Arlington crime report

Among incidents reported by police in Alexandria and Arlington.

Arlington and Alexandria volunteer opportunities

Volunteers for Master Naturalist program, Master Gardener training, Best Kids Mentoring program

Alexandria and Arlington home sales

Residential real estate transactions in Arlington County and Alexandria.

Campbell Brown's anti-union group uses union slogan (update)

Campbell Brown's anti-union group uses union slogan (update)

Is imitation the sincerest form of flattery?

Alexandria-Arlington community events, July 31-Aug. 7, 2014

Friendship Firehouse festival, Dog Days of Summer exhibit, Sunday in the Park with George play.

Two accidents snarl traffic on I-395 in Arlington

Traffic is moving again, but delayed.

Maryland health secretary to join Johns Hopkins

Maryland health secretary to join Johns Hopkins

Maryland's health secretary, who has been working to repair the state's badly flawed health exchange website this year, will be joining the full-time faculty at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, effective Jan. 1, the school announced Wednesday.

I-77 tunnel repair along W.Va.-Va. border ongoing

Repairs to an Interstate 77 tunnel along the Virginia-West Virginia border continues following a truck fire.

Ex-sailor pleads guilty to sex trafficking child

A former Navy sailor has pleaded guilty to crossing state lines for sex trafficking of a child.

Va. agency mistakenly tells 125K they can't vote

The Virginia Department of Elections has mistakenly told about 125,000 registered Virginia voters that they may no longer be eligible to vote.

PM Update: Warming up a little, but still pleasant through Thursday

PM Update: Warming up a little, but still pleasant through Thursday

Chilly morning temperatures gave way to another fine July day. Highs are closer to normal to close the month tomorrow.

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