• Friends remember man murdered on Metro train

    Friends gathered Monday to remember Kevin Joseph Sutherland, 24, who was stabbed to death while on a train near NoMa — Gallaudet station on Saturday.

  • Suspect identified in NoMa Metro stabbing

    WASHINGTON — D.C. police officers have an arrest warrant for Jasper Spires, who allegedly stabbed another man at the NoMa Gallaudet Metro station on Saturday. The man — 24-year-old Kevin Joseph Sutherland — died from…

  • National Symphony to open new year in DC’s Brookland, NoMa

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Symphony Orchestra is opening the new year with a series of performances in the northeast Washington neighborhoods of Brookland and NoMa. The musicians will revive their “NSO In Your Neighborhood”…

  • Toll Brothers’ Union Place project approved

    Toll Brothers\’ expansion into D.C.\’s crowded multifamily arena got a boost Thursday with the D.C. Zoning Commission\’s tentative approval of a 525-unit apartment building planned for 200 K St. NE in NoMa.

  • 2nd woman attacked along Metropolitan Bike Trail

    A second woman says she was attacked along the Metropolitan Bike Trail Monday, hours after another woman was assaulted.

  • Beatlemania returns to Washington Coliseum

    The sold-out \”Yesterday and Today\” concert was held 50 years to the minute after the Beatles played their first U.S. concert at what was then the Washington Coliseum in Northeast D.C.

  • Washington Coliseum then and now (Photos)

    The Washington Coliseum hosted the Beatles, Janis Joplin and the Rolling Stones, and now the historic building is poised to leap into the future.

  • Final arch to be placed on New York Avenue Bridge

    A new piece of public art will grace the New York Avenue Bridge providing a dash of nature and art to the newly rehabilitated structured that will serve as a gateway to the District\’s NoMA neighborhood.

  • NoMa slated to get $50M for creation of new parks

    As part of the budget that\’s making its way through the D.C.
    Council approval process, NoMa is slated to get $50 million for the
    creation of new parks

  • Toll Brothers Inc. pays $30.1 million for NoMa site

    Horsham, Pa.-based homebuilder Toll Brothers Inc. has paid $30.1
    million for a development site in NoMa, the publicly traded
    company\’s second development acquisition in the District as it
    seeks to expand its footprint in the Washington region.