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.
Bethesda-based Marriott International Inc. and McLean-based Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. tie for first place in the 2016 J.D. Power customer satisfaction rankings for hotel loyalty rewards programs.
The Donohoe Companies, one of the region’s oldest commercial real estate firms, is moving its headquarters from Northwest D.C. to Bethesda.
Maryland police are cracking down on distracted drivers for Distracted Driving Awareness Month this April.
A Bethesda woman pulled her husband from debris after a tree toppled onto their home, caving in the roof of their bedroom during a windstorm early Sunday morning.
A chain of Italian markets and restaurants named after British TV chef and cookbook author Antonio Carluccio opened its second U.S. location in North Bethesda Monday.
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons is out with its annual report on trends in cosmetic procedures. While the overall number of procedures continues to rise, there has been a big change in the options requested by patients.
By the time a Jan. 15 party in Bethesda was over, the host was given 110 citations for allowing underage drinking and another man was accused of assaulting a police officer.
“I’m delighted,” said Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett. “[But] we still have some further discussions to make sure that all of the pieces are consistent with our plan here locally.”
Purple Line Transit Partners, a team of private companies, will build, operate and maintain the light-rail Purple Line, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says.
“We just feel like we just need to be prepared for these kinds of events,” an official said Thursday.
With a deal between Maryland and a private Purple Line construction and operation partner expected within the next month, Metro is preparing for the impact of the new light rail line.
A Maryland man spent more than $40,000 to plow his own street, but says his reasons extend beyond his neighborhood.