Justin Wm. Moyer, Washington Post

Justin Wm. Moyer

Washington Post

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent:
  • Washington Post
Past:
  • chicagotribune.com
  • The Independent
  • The Boston Globe

Recent articles by Justin:

D.C. falls from top spot in annual survey of nation’s best parks; Arlington at No. 4

The nonprofit group behind the rankings urged officials to preserve public space amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

WWII veteran and his son die of covid-19, just days apart in separate nursing homes

Leroy Tonic Sr. was honored last year by the D.C. Council. → Read More

Hundreds of D.C.’s homeless have tested positive for coronavirus as shelters try to avoid spread

One advocate said he was ‘praying to God’ that his shelter would stay free of covid-19. → Read More

Man fatally shot in Montgomery County, police say

The 19-year-old was found with a gunshot wound Thursday night in the Aspen Hill area. → Read More

Man found dead after fire in Prince George’s County

Smoke was reported at a parking structure adjacent to Iverson Mall, officials said. → Read More

D.C.’s Hope Village halfway house sees exodus after coronavirus lawsuit

Most inmates have been transferred to home confinement after a federal suit alleged insufficient coronavirus precautions, prompting Hope Village to abandon attempts to renew its contract. What will happen to District men returning from prison going forward isn’t clear. → Read More

Man found fatally shot in Arlington, police say

Police discovered the body of Marshall Stephens in the driver’s seat of a vehicle. → Read More

Jazz enthusiast from Md. dies of covid-19. Two weeks later, his longtime companion does too.

Irwin Schorr, 89, signed up for remote saxophone lessons a few weeks before he died. → Read More

Founding member of Congregation Har Shalom in Potomac, Samuel Kramer, died of covid-19

The 91-year-old spent decades in government service before he died on April 2. → Read More

Virginia woman dies of injuries from being pinned by her own SUV

She was injured in her driveway and died at a hospital, police said. → Read More

Pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle in Prince George’s County

The Bowie man was hit Sunday and died Monday, police said. → Read More

Man found shot in Prince George’s County dies at hospital, police say

Shooting in the 3900 block of Warner Avenue was reported Sunday evening, police said. → Read More

Longtime D.C. halfway house won’t renew federal contract

Where D.C. residents returning from prison would be housed was unclear. → Read More

Man charged with murder after fatal shooting in Prince George’s County

The 23-year-old victim was killed earlier this week in District Heights. → Read More

District Heights man fatally shot in Prince George’s County, police say

It was the 16th homicide so far this year, according to Washington Post tracking. → Read More

Police identify D.C. man who died in car crash

The crash occurred in Landover, Md., on March 20, police said. → Read More

Coronavirus-related court actions seek release of D.C. prisoners, psychiatric patients

Psychiatric facilities and the city’s halfway house can’t protect people from covid-19, advocates say. → Read More

Coronavirus cases reported at D.C.’s St. Elizabeths Hospital, homeless shelters

Some of the city’s most vulnerable residents and those who work with them were quarantined. → Read More

D.C. restaurants, and their employees, try to survive a coronavirus catastrophe

“It’s just been such a surreal experience to see how an event like this could decimate an entire segment of the economy,” an employee said. → Read More

Vienna, Dunn Loring stations closed because of coronavirus concerns

Further information about the incident wasn't immediately available. → Read More