John Henry, wusa9

John Henry

wusa9

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by John:

Bowie State encourages black males to pursue teaching careers

Bowie State University recently launched a center that focuses on the research and mentorship of black male students and teachers in American classrooms. → Read More

'Violence interrupters' to expand presence in DC, diffuse disputes in effort to reduce crime

According to DC Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie, violence interrupters will now look to diffuse disputes in the city's Eckington and Truxton Circle neighborhoods. → Read More

79-year-old Montgomery County man found beaten inside his rental property

Satpal Singh's son found him bloody on the floor of the home's basement after the alleged attack. → Read More

Virginia homeowners, businesses look to bounce back after devastating summer floods

Arlington and Fairfax Counties have set up flood recovery centers to assist residents and businesses that were affected by the July 8 storms. → Read More

Maryland proposes cutting MARC train service to West Virginia

Maryland taxpayers pay millions of dollars to fund a train service that benefits out-of-state workers. Now, service along that rail line could soon be reduced. → Read More

DC teens, young adults recognized for their accomplishments at 'Right Direction' awards

This was the fifth year that DC Attorney General Karl Racine has held the award ceremony. → Read More

Severe weather causes damage, power outages in DMV

Road closures, a collapsed roof and a car stranded in high water are some of the results from Wednesday's severe weather. → Read More

DC marks 100th homicide in 2019 as thousands across city gather to celebrate 'National Night Out'

The 100th homicide occurred Monday night on the 5000 block of Bass Place Southeast. → Read More

NRA Money: Which VA, MD politicians have gotten support from the gun lobbying group?

The NRA handed out more than $150,000 worth of political contributions and expenditures in the DMV last year. → Read More

New mixed-use development moves forward in Prince George's County

'Carillon' is expected to include 350 apartments and 220,000 square feet of commercial space. → Read More

#DontMuteDC holds emergency meeting to fight violence in DC

The Don't Move DC movement started earlier this year as a way to fight gentrification in the District. → Read More

Pepco still trying to figure out what caused massive power outage in NW DC Saturday

Roughly 39,000 people lost power from Shaw to Adams Morgan on Saturday. → Read More

Howard students start online #HUForgot campaign after university takes away financial aid on short notice

Students are angry after they were notified two weeks before fall tuition was due that their scholarships are being taken away. → Read More

Median home prices up 99.9 percent at National Landing ahead of Amazon HQ2, report says

A recent report found the median asking price for a home near National Landing increased by 99.9 percent, in June 2019, year-over-year. → Read More

Things to do this weekend: 'The longest sundae,' space concert, Washington Mystics

It may be hot outside this weekend, but that doesn't mean you have to spend all your time at your house. → Read More

'It breaks my heart' | Md. locals volunteer to assist undocumented immigrants in need

Sanctuary DMV held a training session for local volunteers Wednesday night at Christ Congregational Church in Silver Spring. → Read More

'We're not going through this alone' | Friends, family march to keep Makiyah Wilson's memory alive

More than one hundred people walked from H.D. Woodson High School to DC Scholars Public Charter School on the 1 year anniversary of Wilson's death. → Read More

Metro's temporary closure of Yellow & Blue lines impact Alexandria businesses

Roughly 40% of businesses responded to a recent survey saying that their revenue had gone down since Metro started its platform rehabilitation project in May. → Read More

Netflix 'When They See Us' just 'hurt to watch'

The Black Swan Academy is a youth advocacy program aimed at supporting and empowering black youth to be catalysts for change in their communities. → Read More

'We believe in accountability' | Protesters voice concerns about Montgomery County Police Department

The Montgomery County Council also held a hearing to discuss a proposal to create a new policing advisory commission. → Read More