What happens when a family discovers that its home is a poorly renovated
mess? And in a hot market that has attracted some unreliable and
careless developers, can D.C.'s inspectors and regulators keep pace
with the industry? This special three-part series looks at the perils of house flipping in the nation's capital.
From a highway running through the core of the neighborhood to a proposed "East Mall," the Capitol Hill Restoration Society has spent 60 years years fighting to preserve the uniquely historic nature of the Capitol Hill community.
A new proposal before Arlington school officials would replace portions of the Thomas Jefferson Park near Arlington Boulevard and Glebe Road with an elementary school for the county's burgeoning youth population.
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