The Washington Humane Society picked up an unusual animal Wednesday, Aug. 15: A pygmy goat.
DC fire chief says firefighters should face stronger discipline in death near station
The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and other local agencies will be conducting a Streetcar Emergency Preparedness Drill, Sunday Aug. 24. The drill will close H Street NE between 12th and 13th streets.
While the Taney Dragons make national headlines at the Little League World Series, the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy takes aim at a long-term grassroots baseball program here in D.C.
If you dread laundry day, there's an app that can help.
Low-interest $1.28 billion federal loan finalized for Metro Silver Line construction
Students at a D.C. non-profit are helping kids to read.
The Giant at O Street Market in D.C.'s Shaw neighborhood opened to "oohs and ahhs" last fall, with its historic two-story architecture, wine and beer bar and huge selection of prepared foods. Now it's been recognized with a national design award.
Inc. Magazine's 2014 list of the country's fastest-growing private companies includes 33 in the Washington area, including one in the top 5, and four in the top 50.
Most any pro football fan can make a reasonable guess at the most valuable team in the National Football League. It's the Dallas Cowboys. Always the Dallas Cowboys. Eight years in a row atop Forbes' annual report on NFL team valuations.
Metro has paid $4.2 million to settle a lawsuit that accused it of awarding a no-bid technology contract.
Jailed former DC councilmember continues to fight ethics charges that could lead to fines
After 10 years at the acclaimed CityZen restaurant in D.C.'s Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Executive Chef Eric Ziebold is striking out on his own.
As part of a new marketing campaign, Marriott has offered some tips for how to see D.C. like a local from Bethesda might.
It's hard to find a hot, nutritious lunch in D.C. for under $10, let alone one that's made from scratch and delivered free of charge in 20 minutes or less, but local startup MunchQuick is making it easier.
There were 18 race-based hate crimes in the District in 2013, up from 13 in 2012, an annual report says.
There's been a lot of apartment construction in the District in the last few years, but most of it is at the high end of the market. And that has led to a dearth of more affordable housing.
The start of a new school year can be a challenging time for any child. But it has the potential to be exceptionally tough for students with severe food allergies.
With several events on tap for D.C.'s annual Beer Week, it can be difficult to figure out which events to choose -- from tap takeovers to dinners to educational panels. Here are the best bets.
A legendary local piano bar is being forced to move, but it may have found a new home.
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