The principal at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School banned six students from their commencement ceremony after being caught drunk at prom. But a school district official reversed that decision.
“When you come home one day and all the trees on your block have been taken down, it’s violating,” a resident said.
It’s the end of an era for a local landmark: the Bethesda Community Store & Deli has closed its doors after 92 years.
With Bike to Work Day on Friday, WTOP went to Bethesda, Maryland, to see how commuters planned to get to work.
“Safety Trumps Service” was the predominant message at an unprecedented meeting of all 650 Metro managers Tuesday.
A National Institutes of Health hospital announced Tuesday it is shaking up its leadership structure after an audit of the system found a need for more oversight to improve patient safety.
A fund has been established for those killed and injured in last week’s parking lot shootings in Prince George’s and Montgomery counties.
Charging documents provide new details into the dual shootings in Bethesda that killed Malcom Winffel and Claudina Molina and injured two others Friday.
Three people are dead following a shooting spree that spanned two Md. counties Thursday and Friday before culminating in the arrest of estranged husband Eulalio Tordil.
Residents who opposed the sector plan are furious because the Montgomery County Council voted 9-0 to adopt the proposal as part of the county’s master plan.
Montgomery County Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating a man they say stole a $13,000 bathtub.
Marriott International Inc. spent $10 million in the first quarter on its planned $12.6 billion merger with Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. before it even knew that the deal would go through.
A 16-inch water main has been repaired after its break caused traffic delays through Wednesday afternoon.
It’s like like giving your brain a reboot, practitioners say.
Ted Cruz is campaigning in Maryland for the Republican presidential nomination.