Metro finally has some good news for its grumpy and shrinking pool of riders: Fares are likely to stay the same next year.
A group of homeowners who say they were swindled by a tree removal company say the stumps that sat in their yards for months were finally removed following WTOP’s story about the unfinished job.
The homeless camp near the Watergate Hotel has mostly been vacant since D.C. officials took aggressive action two weeks ago to clear it out. But still some people remain, saying the housing D.C. Department of Human Services promised isn't ready. (Photos)
Operation: Tohidu™ is a series of retreats designed for wounded veterans and active duty military to help them overcome obstacles to their recovery and support their successful reintegration into their homes and communities.
“I don’t think that this one score on the PARCC tells parents that kids can’t graduate successfully from DCPS or DC Public Charter Schools,” says the D.C. Schools Chancellor. “It takes a long time. People want us to flip a switch and everybody is going to be off to Harvard. That’s not how it happens.”
In a new book, retired Air Force Lt. Col. Mark McCurley describes the life of a drone pilot and some of the strikes of his career.
Laughing at the Redskins 5-6 first-place record? Don't. It could be the start of something good.
A popular D.C. brewpub now has a new space to brew its beloved beers. Details on D.C.’s newest brewery.
BALTIMORE (AP) — The latest on the trial of a police officer accused in the death of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man who suffered a spinal injury in the back of a transport van…
WASHINGTON — The sound of chainsaws will be reverberating throughout acres of Montgomery County parkland, and among many roadsides — all because of a tiny green bug with a gigantic appetite. At a briefing before…
WASHINGTON — Montgomery County, Maryland is gearing up for major development in the neighborhoods surrounding Walter Johnson, Walt Whitman and Bethesda Chevy Chase high schools. That growth will affect not only the high schools, but…
WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Park Service says the white-tailed deer management program at Rock Creek Park will resume with shooters reducing the herd. The program resumes Tuesday and will result in temporary night-time road…
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — The University of Maryland will dedicate a building in College Park to Parren Mitchell, the first black person elected to Congress from Maryland. The university will dedicate the Art-Sociology Building…
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