VDACS offering punch cards with a potential prize to encourage buying at Virginia farm markets
Study: demand for manufacturing jobs in Va.'s tobacco region to grow by thousands by 2017
An employee of the Department of Veterans Affairs is asking federal employees to donate their vacation leave so she can stay with her sick baby in the hospital.
Preservation Virginia releases its annual list of 'most endangered' places, sites
Bike for Blue to roll through central Va. Monday for police memorial in Washington
Police in Prince George's County are conducting a death investigation after a man was found dead in his Brandywine home Sunday.
Some students in Fairfax County will have to plan on going to a different school, starting in 2014.
The 10-year-old Medicare prescription drug benefit is popular with seniors, but there's an apparent downside.
A Fairfax County high school junior is preparing to enroll at the University of Southern California at age 16.
Northbound lanes of Interstate 95 closed in Laurel after person falls from overpass
Ocean City police are investigating a hit-and-run in which the person who was hit was the one who ran.
Honoring fallen men and women in blue not always black and white for memorial wall officials
Farmers' markets in Maryland will soon be more easily able to sell local wines alongside the usual fruits, vegetables, and incense.
A wreath-laying ceremony Sunday at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, in Judiciary Square in Northwest, served as a reminder both of the dangers of the job and the camaraderie that comes with it.
Money is tight. Every dollar spent by government is being scrutinized right now because of the mandatory federal budget cuts known as sequestration. But efforts to preserve history may be preserved themselves.
Baltimore County police say woman shot by officer in Pikesville was carrying replica handgun
4 years in the making, Tea Party plants its flag on the GOP in weekend's state convention
Smoke forces reporters, photographers out of West Wing of the White House
A water main break has closed some roads in the District.
Richmond Tea Party says it was among conservative groups targeted by IRS