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Former drug zone gives way to families

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For decades, the Northeast D.C. neighborhoods of Trinidad and Carver Langston were synonymous with drugs and violent crime. Thanks to easy access to get-away routes out of the city, the residential area became a veritable war zone during the height of the city's drug crisis in the 1990s. The area's troubled history makes its transformation into a family-oriented neighborhood a prime example of...

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