Maryland senator calls on defense secretary for more service academy superintendents oversight
Brittany Norwood, convicted of the March 2011 murder of co-worker Jayna Murray in the Bethesda Lululemon Athletica shop, was likely also working as a prostitute, according to a new book by journalist Peter Ross Range.
Sophie Slesinger, who works at Saxelby Cheesemongers in New York, was recently named to Zagat's 2013 list of "30-Under-30: New York City's Food and World Up-And-Comers." The honor not only puts Slesinger, 25, at the top of her peer group but also afforded her the experience of ringing the New York Stock Exchange opening bell Tuesday.
CSX alleges negligence by truck driver and his company in explosive Baltimore-area derailment
Speaker Busch's wife cast as extra in 'House of Cards' during State House filming
While the number of American shad is at a historic low in some areas, the fish that migrate from the ocean to fresh water to spawn every year are making a slow recovery in the Potomac River.
New Md. Juvenile Court Jurisdiction task force postpones first meeting, will meet in August
ATF report: Maryland among top states for guns lost, stolen from dealers
Maryland officials are holding a first-ever savings summit.
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley previews AFI DOCS, which runs from June 19 to June 23.
Prince George's County children packed into the Rollingham-Chillum Splash Pool Tuesday to take part in a world-wide swim lesson.
Merriweather Post Pavilion will be No. 5 in Rolling Stone's upcoming list of best arenas and amphitheaters.
This summer marks the 11th season of the Bethesda Summer Music Festival, a two-week intensive workshop for young vocal professionals and high school and college students.
With $68 million in federal grants the Montgomery County Department of Transportation hopes the plan will improve pedestrian access among the National Institutes of Health, Metro and the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
There's been a lot of hiring at the top for Prince George's County Public Schools -- but it's not over yet.
One person died early Wednesday after a single-vehicle accident on Veirs Mills Road in Rockville.
Scientists predict summer 'dead zones': Larger in Gulf, smaller than usual in Chesapeake Bay
Nearly a year and a half after Montgomery County's 5-cent bag tax took effect, a public hearing was held Tuesday night to consider possible tweaks.
Charges dropped against Baltimore County police captain charged with DUI
2 Md. men charged with stealing 17,000 pounds in car batteries