Local Headlines: ‘Did you hear that?’: Amid Baltimore’s surge in killings, a faint cry in a locked car

One-bedroom, one-bathroom condo in D.C.’s Woodley Park lists for $395,000; D.C.-area forecast: A touch cooler today, then warming up toward a midweek blast of summer heat; Agency got complaints about couple charged in death of malnourished newborn; Sunday was for enjoying sunshine; At Howard, a story of grit and grace; Fairfax County firefighters fight flames in their own station; Three years out of the NFL, he’s about to graduate from law school; Manassas woman killed in shooting on I-95 in Richmond; Working in the photo lab, a picture of Washington through strangers’ eyes; PM Update: Gusty winds subside after sunset with clear and cool conditions tonight. Nice weather continues Monday.; Offices of Manassas-based NVMS replicate a small city; Prince William County summary; Fairfax County firefighters fight blaze in their station; May Class of KidsPost: St. John the Evangelist fourth-graders;
 
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‘Did you hear that?’: Amid Baltimore’s surge in killings, a faint cry in a locked car
What police found in the car that March day has come to symbolize the stakes of the city’s soaring homicide rate, one of the highest in the nation.
One-bedroom, one-bathroom condo in D.C.’s Woodley Park lists for $395,000
AFFORDABLE HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The unit has a large foyer with a coat closet, a living room and a separate dining area next to the kitchen.
 
D.C.-area forecast: A touch cooler today, then warming up toward a midweek blast of summer heat
Midsummer heat and humidity settles in Wednesday and Thursday, could last into Friday.
 
Agency got complaints about couple charged in death of malnourished newborn
Trinity Jabore died at seven weeks. A city hotline received four calls about the couple’s treatment of two older children.
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Sunday was for enjoying sunshine
Comes after three wet days in a row.
At Howard, a story of grit and grace
Angel Dye, who was featured in Post, gets degree and a lot more.
 
Fairfax County firefighters fight flames in their own station
A roundup of news from the Washington region.
Three years out of the NFL, he’s about to graduate from law school
Chris Carr will receive a law degree this month from George Washington University
 
 
Manassas woman killed in shooting on I-95 in Richmond
Three people were struck by gunfire when someone fired into a moving vehicle, Virginia State Police said.
 
Perspective
Working in the photo lab, a picture of Washington through strangers’ eyes
Sorting and delivering prints taught me all about the area — and made me a voyeur.
 
PM Update: Gusty winds subside after sunset with clear and cool conditions tonight. Nice weather continues Monday.
A bit cooler on Monday, but with ample sunshine and less wind.
 
Offices of Manassas-based NVMS replicate a small city
Desks are housed in faux homes, rather than cubicles, at this innovative workspace.
 
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Prince William County summary
This week’s Post stories of interest to readers in Prince William County.
Fairfax County firefighters fight blaze in their station
The fire erupted around 12:45 a.m. on Sunday.
May Class of KidsPost: St. John the Evangelist fourth-graders
Erzsebet Nemeth’s students appreciate their moms and would like to visit Hawaii.
 
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