The Morning Brief 06.26.07

We're trying something here. Here's the local news that appeared in this morning's paper. If you like this summary, let us know and we'll keep doing it.


*Radio One reported yesterday that profits for the first quarter were down sharply.

*Metro has a story about low-income DC families getting fewer mortgages.

*Panel releases a list of road and transit projects to be funded in Northern Virginia.

*Herndon's RCN buys Neon Communications, which operates a fiber optic network from Maine to Virginia.

*Versar wins a Army Corp of Engineers contract for work at Fort Lee, Va.

By Dan Beyers  |  June 26, 2007; 7:40 AM ET  | Category:  Morning Brief
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