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Custom Home on the Market Embraces Convenient and Quaint Neighborhood of Lyon Village

Custom Home on the Market Embraces Convenient and Quaint Neighborhood of Lyon Village

This elegant classic colonial on the market offers exquisite detailing, the latest modern amenities, and the opportunity to take in the spring season with its outdoor patio and kitchen

The Neighborhood

Walking down mature tree-lined sidewalks to the neighborhood parks, playgrounds and nearby shopping contributes to the small-town feel of Lyon Village, one of Arlington’s most sought after residential communities. Frank Lyon purchased this land, formerly Robert Cruit’s 19th century weekend and holiday estate and dairy farm, and established Lyon Village, a true community that was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1923. Colonial, Tudor and Classical Revival styles are among the distinctive homes within the neighborhood, which embraces the custom brick home at 1839 N. Herndon Street as one of its own.

From the Beginning

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Suspect ID'd in Georgetown possible ricin incident


WASHINGTON (WUSA9 ) -- The FBI is investigating another white powder call at Georgetown University, according to a DC Fire/EMS spokesperson.* Law enforcement has secured the area in the 3700 block of O St. NW (Graduate School of Arts and Sciences) Tuesday morning.

Tuesday morning, Georgetown University alerted DC Fire & EMS of possible ricin in one of the residence halls on campus, according to a police spokesperson.

Initial field tests for biological agents in the area were negative and DC Fire EMS advised there was no immediate risk to the area, says the spokesperson.

Police say students were told they could remain in all campus buildings.

Law enforcement authorities have recovered a substance from reported location, according to police, and will be conducting further testing of that material.

Deep Dig: Huge Tunnel Boring Machine Goes After Pollution


WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA9) -- DC is dumping $2.6 billion into a hole in the ground.

Literally.

Right now, a $30 million steel and concrete caterpillar is gnawing at the earth six days a week, 24 hours a day about 120 feet down. It's DC's biggest construction project since Metro and you probably never noticed.

The Lady Bird tunnel boring machine is building the first of more than 13 miles of tunnels, so the city can end the century-old practice of dumping raw sewage into our rivers during many rainstorms.

Lady Bird is about a quarter mile in from a ten story shaft at the Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant and she's headed toward Nationals Park. Crews are about 70 feet below the Potomac off the Navy Research Lab.

Lady Bird stretches out about a football field and a half. She's like a giant assembly line chomping into the earth six feet at a time.

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Armed robbery of Domino's Pizza in Georgetown

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Georgetown University officials sent an an alert to the school community to warn members about an armed robbery in Georgetown.

According to the email, police are investigating a robbery of the Domino's Pizza in the 3200 block of Prospect Street Northwest.

We're told that the robbery happened at 1:43 a.m. Monday.

The alert says police are looking for 6 men wearing all black clothing and masks who were armed with guns. The robbers got away with money.

If you have any information, please call the Metropolitan Police Department at 202-727-9099.

Rocklands shows off unique Super Bowl dish

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Super Bowl party planning is probably underway for a lot of people. We know wings are on the menu for most parties but Rocklands Barbeque has a unique and tasty dish for you to add to your spread.

John Snedden of Rocklands showed us how to make the dish "The Pearl." The Pearl uses macaroni and cheese, pulled pork and baked beans.

Rocklands will also be at the Food Truck Face-Off at 6 p.m. on Friday at LivingSocial's 918 F Street building. The event wraps up D.C.'s Meat Week.

JOIN THE HAY-ADAMS FOR JAN. 27 AUTHOR SERIES WITH RICHARD MOE & LUNCH BY CHEF PETER SCHAFFRATH

JOIN THE HAY-ADAMS FOR JAN. 27 AUTHOR SERIES WITH RICHARD MOE & LUNCH BY CHEF PETER SCHAFFRATH

The American lawyer and preservationist will discuss his latest book, Roosevelt’s Second Act, while The Hay-Adams Chef Peter Schaffrath presents a delicious lunch on Top of the Hay, the hotel's rooftop venue

On Monday, January 27, 2014The Hay-Adams Author Series will welcome Richard Moe, who has had a distinguished career in government, law and historic preservation, to discuss his recent book, Roosevelt’s Second Act: The Election of 1940 and The Politics of War, while dining with guests at The Top of the Hay, the Hotel’s elegant rooftop spaces overlooking the White House. Chef Peter Schaffrath will prepare a delicious seasonal luncheon with dessert by Pastry Chef Josh Short.