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Caroline is City Paper’s editor. She first came to WCP as an intern in the summer of 2009 and joined the full-time staff in the fall of 2012. When she’s not managing the day-to-day operations of the paper, she enjoys reporting on NBA basketballtheater, and sandwiches.

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Weekend Roundup: Metro Aims to Reduce Wait Times During Peak Hours

Plus, a U.S. Park Police officer shot and killed 17-year-old boy, and Mayor Bowser’s chief of staff John Falcicchio abruptly departed the administration.

Happy first day of spring, D.C. Temperatures might feel a little chilly today but are on track to rise into the 70s by the end of the week. That makes it a great time to visit the cherry blossoms, which are officially one step away from peak bloom. The National Park Service has turned on…

Weekend Roundup: Bison Go Dancing

Plus, cherry blossoms are in their fourth stage, which means peak bloom could come sooner than initially predicted.

Happy Monday, D.C. You might not have won an Oscar last night, but you can still snag an undershirt from a Northern Virginia company that nominees received in their gift bags. Now on to the news you may have missed while dancing to “Naatu Naatu.” Howard Heads to the NCAA Tournament Speaking of dancing, the…

Metro to Implement Automatic Train Operations by Year’s End

Trains have been operated manually since the 2009 crash outside Fort Totten.

Welcome to another week, readers. We hope you and your belongings didn’t blow away with this weekend’s strong winds! Now on to the news you may have missed while celebrating an early St. Patrick’s Day at some parades. All Aboard the Automatic For the first time in 14 years, Metro’s Automatic Train Operations system will…