A mother-daughter team is bringing a faraway snack to D.C. for one day only at pop-up shop Toli Moli.
The front loader swallows the snow, while an attached blower dumps a constant stream of gray slush into a nearby truck. It’s been borrowed to clear curbs and sidewalks.
Understanding just how much snow residents have to shovel, some local jurisdictions will wait a few days before issuing sidewalk citations.
As the snowfall gets heavier, it’s important to remain patient as road crews work to clear the streets.
The blizzard watch is in effect Friday through Saturday night. It’s only the second time a blizzard watch has ever been issued for the metro area.
The value of a two-bedroom row house that has just one bathroom increases dramatically when a second bathroom is added.
Local law officials have agreed to a new level of cooperation to cut down on gun trafficking and drug crime.
Last summer, a grooming company embarked on a 10-city tour, selecting 10 bearded finalists from what it determined were the 10 most facial hair-friendly cities.
Calling the 5 percent increase of robberies “an uptick,” D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said police have identified a crime pattern.
On Tuesday, the D.C. City Council voted to dissolve a ban on marijuana use in private businesses, only to reinstate the ban a short time later.
A man was locked in an office in the 3000 block of K Street NW and refused to come out. After seven hours, he surrendered to police.
Licenses are required for pets once they turn 4 months old and upon moving into a new area. Prices vary by jurisdiction.
The National Weather Service reports temperatures at the region’ three airports hit 70 degrees by early Thursday afternoon.
The closing of the public comment period on the Pepco-Exelon deal drew a couple dozen people to the PSC’s offices in downtown D.C. to file letters of opposition.
D.C. is seen as a fairly progressive city because it allows recreational marijuana use. Advocates say the nation’s capital now needs dispensaries.