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WHEREIN: We bring you the developments (happening in and around DC) that we think are newsworthy, or, at the very least, almost newsworthy.

  • For those of you that haven’t had time to visit the awesome that is District Flea, no worries! It’s going to be staying open for an extra six weekends due to the overwhelmingly positive response. (via Washington Post)
  • This morning, an off-duty police officer shot a man who attempted to rob her. (via Washington Post)
  • Apparently everyone in DC is lightning things/themselves on fire this week. (via Washington Post)
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  • The DC Office of Tax and Revenue made a mistake when implementing a new gas tax this month that caused them to overcharge gasoline wholesalers by $95,000. Wholesalers have been instructed to refund stations, and in turn, stations are supposed to refund motorists but more likely than not, that’s not gonna happen. (via Washington Post)
  • Super lame Silver Spring residents have temporarily shut down the neighborhoods annual “Haunted Garden” event. I just don’t understand people who think Halloween isn’t the best holiday. (via Washington Post)
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  • The Heights, in Columbia Heights, is closing at the end of the month for renovations, including a new chef and a new menu. It will be closed for five days and plans to open back up on November 1st. (via POPville)
  • DC Police seized 500 stolen items, including phones, tablets, and musical instruments, from an electronics store on H Street. A man who is mysteriously associated with the store is currently facing charges for felony tracking of stolen goods. (via Washington Post)
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  • Do you want more news about the Silver Line? Well here you go! (via Washington Post)
  • Over the summer, a construction firm hired by the DC Council came in to rejuvenate the woodwork in Chairman Phil Mendelson’s office. It cost the city $112,100. (via City Paper)
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