Justin Wm. Moyer, Washington Post

Justin Wm. Moyer

Washington Post

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Justin:

National Park Service making plans for Colonial farm’s land in Northern Virginia

Claude Moore Colonial Farm closed in December after a public spat with park officials. → Read More

Disabled residents in the D.C. region face obstacles when searching for housing, report says

New construction and the websites that promote it aren’t yet open to everyone, it found. → Read More

D.C. Central Kitchen loses part of contract to feed homeless

The nonprofit’s contract will shrink from about $1.8 million to $1 million a year, a spokesman said. → Read More

Washington National Cathedral, two private schools join sexual misconduct investigation

The investigation now includes three of Washington’s most lauded private schools and the faith community they call home. → Read More

Eastbound Route 50 in Maryland reopens after brush fire

Delays stretched for two miles, authorities said. → Read More

Rock Creek Parkway reopens after two crashes

No information about the crashes was immediately available. → Read More

This American sells Russia radio airtime. The U.S. says that makes his firm a foreign agent.

“I’m not being caught up in somebody’s agenda. I’m a business guy.” → Read More

D.C. auditor says city needs a new jail to replace ‘aging and deteriorating’ facility

The report said the city must build a new correctional facility. → Read More

Hope Village halfway house in D.C. might get its federal contract back

A GAO decision may allow the D.C. fixture to stay in business with the Bureau of Prisons. → Read More

D.C. restores driving privileges for more than 65,000 people

Some had licenses suspended for failure to pay fines, a practice that advocates say unfairly punishes the poor. → Read More

D.C. man charged with murder after fatal January shooting

He was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon in another shooting in February, police said. → Read More

1-year-old girl safe in D.C. after car with her in the back seat was stolen, police say

The car was stolen in Prince George’s County, according to police. → Read More

Va. woman arrested after hiding her mother’s corpse under blankets for 44 days, police say

Officials said she masked the scent of the decomposing body with more than 60 air fresheners. → Read More

Prince George’s County to crack down on theft of handicap parking placards

The county police chief said the crime “offends the dignity of our community.” → Read More

D.C. police look for driver who fatally struck Md. man with vehicle after argument

The incident occurred early Tuesday in the 1900 block of Fourth Street NW. → Read More

Loud boom in Rosslyn result of ‘power-related issue,’ police say

The boom was heard around 4 p.m. → Read More

D.C. private school to launch sexual misconduct investigation after learning of ‘firsthand accounts’

The investigation comes after a teacher was implicated in a sexual abuse scandal at another school. → Read More

Man fatally shot in Prince George’s County is identified

Nayel Shabex was found in a parked car in Oxon Hill, police said. → Read More

D.C. will offer up to $725 per person to help residents seeking U.S. citizenship

The money is part of a $100,000 grant to an immigrants’ advocacy group, the mayor’s office said. → Read More

Metro trains shared track after person fatally struck in Virginia

Riders should expect delays in both directions. → Read More