A look at things that have happened on this date in history.
Nine Virginia historical highway markers have won approval, shining a light on conflicts between white settlers and native populations in Rockbridge County, among other historical people and places.
There\’s been plenty of interesting baseball history in the city, and author Fred Frommer has gotten it all down in a recent book.
A new Economist poll finds that a majority of Americans would prefer to live again in the bubble gum days of the 1950s.
On May 5, people across the United States will celebrate Cinco de Mayo with
margaritas, mariachi and parades and festivals. But few know the history behind
the day that so many Americans celebrate.
WTOP has assembled a list of some of the strangest road names in the Washington area. Many of these abnormally named arteries are even major commuting routes.
The National Museum of the Marine Corps held its fifth annual Artifact Roadshow offering experts to examine military objects and give owners insights as to what it was, where it came from and how to preserve it.
A piece of military history almost became history in the area, but now it will become part of a sports hall of fame in a local museum.
Andrew Dalton loves studying the Civil War. \”Not too many people can say history happened in their backyard.\”