Inova Health System will begin offering genetic tests in its standard checks of all newborns at its new Women and Children’s Hospital at the cost of the health system.
D.C.-based online paint service EasyPaint, which connects online users to vetted professional painting services, has expanded into the San Francisco market.
Flush with more cash than C. Montgomery Burns, the big airlines have adopted a new mantra: Let them eat stroopwafel–or speculoos. In case you missed the earth-shattering, diet-busting news, United Airlines this week revived the…
America’s Kids, a discount children’s retailer that sells clothing, toys and necessities including strollers and furniture, opened an 11,000-square-foot store Wednesday near the Minnesota Avenue Metro station on the Orange Line.
Called Notarize, an Arlington tech start-up received $2.4 million in seed funding led by Polaris Partners to launch an app to take the inconvenience out of finding a notary.
The Sovereign, which opens Thursday, is a hidden gem, located in an alley building that was formerly home to Blue Gin lounge and Champions sports bar.
The move from Landover to Lanham — where the company will lease space — is to accommodate an additional 900 jobs 2U plans to create in Prince George’s County during the next five years.
This May, the District will host the D.C. Bike Ride, a noncompetitive, 17-mile bike ride that will wind its way around many of the city’s monuments and landmarks.
Wahlburgers, the gourmet burger chain from actors Mark and Donnie Wahlberg and their brother, Paul, is looking to enter the D.C. market. A flier circulating around among D.C. real estate brokers says that the chain…
Peapod shoppers will have the option beginning Feb. 1 to order groceries online and pick them up at the Metro’s Fort Totten, Glenmont and Vienna stations.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s stop at Verizon Center Jan. 29 on “The River Tour 2016″ proved a healthy shot for D.C. Central Kitchen, the social enterprise that feeds the hungry and teaches…
Come July, Cirque du Soleil will debut “Kurios — Cabinet of Curiosities” in Tysons Corner, on a 10-acre parcel of land owned by Lerner Enterprises near Tysons Galleria and Tysons Corner Metro.
The owners of several of D.C.’s longtime neighborhood haunts have set their sights on a new part of town: Capitol Riverfront. Long Shot Hospitality is the newly formed company that combines the owners of Sixth…
Plans are in the works to redevelop part of Richmond Highway with a 340-unit multifamily building. It will be south of the Wal-Mart-anchored Kings Crossing shopping center and across Richmond Highway from Krispy Kreme, and will replace a Wendy’s, a Pizza Hut, a TitleMax Title Loans and a martial arts academy.
In the tiny coastal town of Oriental, North Carolina, some residents say they are feeling cheated by Walmart.