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John Henry


Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by John:

On Strike: Close to 40,000 Virginia bus riders affected by two labor disputes

The latest bus strike, involving the Fairfax Connector, began Thursday morning and will continue Friday. → Read More

More Virginia cities, counties seek 'Second Amendment Sanctuary' status

Gloucester and Culpeper Counties voted to approve the status already and Prince William has proposed similar legislation. → Read More

DC Council bill looks to create equity among school PTOs

If a DCPS spends more than $10,000 a year, it will be charged an "equity fee" of 10 cents for every additional dollar it spends. → Read More

Councilmember Brianne Nadeau is trying to streamline street vendor licensing

'There shouldn't be this much red tape,' Nadeau said. → Read More

The key to happiness in DC? A $183,000 salary, says study

GOBankingRates analyzed data from a 2018 Purdue University report to come up with a target for the salaries needed to be happy in cities across the country. → Read More

Virginia firefighter goes 34 years without taking a sick day

Alexandria firefighter JJ Jackson retired with a perfect attendance record after 34 years. → Read More

'Fairfax Connector' bus could be affected by strike as early as Dec. 1, says transit union

Negotiations have broken down regarding a new contract by Nov. 30, which could affect 30,000 Fairfax riders. → Read More

Montgomery County Public Schools approves rezoning measure for Clarksburg, Seneca Valley and Northwest High Schools

The boundary changes will go into effect — for some students — as early as September 2020. → Read More

Northern Virginia prepares for another possible bus strike

One bus strike, involving Metro, in northern Virginia, has already been happening for close to a month. → Read More

D.C. council member seeks to help Anacostia organization buy its building

A bill introduced over the summer would provide a $2 million grant to Check-It Enterprises to buy their building from its current owner. → Read More

'That census means dollars and cents'|DC leaders work to promote 2020 Census

Inaccurate census counts means D.C. receives less federal money for Medicaid, student loans and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. → Read More

Virginia Democrats' victory could result in the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment

Three-quarters of the United States is needed to pass the gender equality measure. Virginia could push the amendment's ratification effort over the edge. → Read More

Columbia Heights has most violent month in years just weeks after police promised increased patrols

In October, 22 violent crimes occurred within a 1,500-foot radius, marking the most violent one-month period in the last three years → Read More

The Nationals victory parade will feature 10 DC Public Schools

DCPS says ten schools that have a prior partnership with the Washington Nationals got the parade invite, and are expected to show at tomorrow's event. → Read More

DC officials show support for preserving part of Barry Farm

The Southeast D.C. housing complex has ties to the Civil War era. → Read More

Prince George's church aims to bridge gap between between police officers and the community they serve

The event comes after a 24-year-old man was left paralyzed from the waist down following an encounter with a Prince George's County police officer. → Read More

'Parking is a nightmare'|Thousands of Nats fans used Metro to avoid World Series traffic

Metro will extend hours to 1 a.m. on Sunday for Game 5. → Read More

This Dominican restaurant is fueling the Nationals to "finish the fight."

Juan Soto, Fernando Rodney, Victor Robles and Wander Suero have all been Los Hermanos customers. → Read More

Best spots at Nats Park for Standing Room Only tickets

If you're lucky enough to snag a standing room ticket, here's where you should stand for the best views. → Read More

Washington Nationals history

The Nationals' 15-year history in DC has included many twists and turns. → Read More