With the arriving cold snap, most of the region will reach for the thermostat and keep the heat on well into next week. But that isn\’t the case for D.C.\’s homeless population.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Landlords and property managers in the District of Columbia are finding themselves at a crossroads. If they raise rents, they can cash in on the city’s economic renaissance. If they choose to…
WASHINGTON (AP) — District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray’s administration has released a multimillion dollar plan to close a troubled homeless shelter within a year. To offset the closure, Gray’s plan calls for leasing or…
WASHINGTON (AP) — An estimated 850 families are projected to be homeless in the District of Columbia this winter, a 16 percent increase from last year. The city and its new mayor will have to…
Cornerstones and Mayflowers are gearing up for the third annual Reston Town Center Help the Homeless Walk Thursday at noon.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A new report says the District of Columbia should expect another surge in homeless families this winter. The Washington Post (http://wapo.st/1Cowx5T ) reports the city’s plan for sheltering homeless people during cold…
Cracker Barrel is getting some negative feedback after it fired
one its employees, a 73-year-old Vietnam veteran, who gave a corn muffin and
condiment packets to a man who appeared homeless.
A new report from the Washington Metropolitan
Council of Governments shows homelessness in the D.C. metro area has increased
over the past year to nearly 12,000 people.
A 35-year-old Arizona homeless woman faces child abuse charges after she allegedly left her two young children in the car while she interviewed for a job.
Homeless men in the district were the guests of honor at a Super Bowl party held Sunday night at the Central Union Mission in Northwest D.C.
Homeless shelters throughout the region are scrambling to fill the high demand for beds created by freezing temperatures.
Hundreds of Maryland\’s horses are homeless, abandoned by people who could not afford to care for them in the aftermath of the Great Recession.
It was supposed to be a positive night, meant to raising money for the homeless charity Thrive D.C., but as a area choir performed its Christmas concert, someone was stealing from the singers.
In one of the richest counties in the country, it might be surprising that some local college students are homeless and go without food.
A winter shelter in Woodbridge, Va., is under fire for its lack of safety.