Potomac River toll bridge linking western Md. to W.Va. reopens 10 weeks after storm
Lawsuits filed challenging stricter FAA rules for model aircraft, commercial drone operations
Police identify man whose body was found in bags in Laurel, Maryland
Diocese of Richmond advises schools, parishes to not donate to ALS Association
4 college students killed when plane crashes just after takeoff from airport near Cleveland
Federal case continues on whether online ballot tool will be used in Maryland
Auto supplier Continental to invest $150M to expand Va. manufacturing plant, creating 500 jobs
Montgomery County Police say a former employee at Benny's Bar and Grill in Potomac threatened the owner after he hung an Israeli and American flag outside of his restaurant.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe orders budget cuts for state agencies
Baltimore cabbie found shot in head in his cab; condition critical but stable
Security is tighter at schools in Prince George's County, and a change has been made to the school system's cellphone policy.
The D.C. region's largest electrical contractor abruptly shut down a little more than a month ago, forcing more than 700 employees to find new jobs and dozens of general contractors and sureties to find replacement firms to finish out the company's work.
By one commonly used metric, the three most congested intersections in Montgomery County are all in Bethesda and North Bethesda.
Horror novelist Stephen King to hit the road on Nov. 11 to promote new book 'Revival'
A second project now underway, immediately north of where the I-95 Express Lanes end, will bring additional congestion relief to the Washington area's busiest stretch of highway, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation. Interstate 395 at Seminary carries roughly 200,000 vehicles per day.
Coast Guard lieutenant commander from Norfolk appointed to new class of White House Fellows
A Major League Baseball executive has ventured into the world of fantasy football, trying to help turn all the energy involved into a fundraising vehicle for nonprofits.
Hagerstown, Md., man dies of injuries from being hit by freight train in mid-August
National Aquarium in Baltimore developing 'Living Seashore' exhibit, opening next spring
D.C.'s Department of Public Works has begun writing parking tickets — at the attention-grabbing sum of $100 — for any vehicle blocking the streetcar's path down H Street from Union Station to the Anacostia River.
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