The wild stretch of wet summer weather has drenched the D.C. area with more and more rainfall on top of already waterlogged ground.
The work to fix the sinkhole that opened up on Father Hurley Boulevard in Germantown, Maryland, continued Tuesday despite occasional downpours.
Beginning Friday, weekend drivers in Virginia should be prepared for cones and congestion on Interstate 395 through Labor Day.
The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration plans to block three out of four lanes on the Outer Loop near Connecticut Avenue beginning at 9 p.m. Friday. The closure could last until Saturday or early Sunday.
Tunnel-boring machine “Chris” was lowered underground Thursday. The behemoth will spend the next two and a half years slowly chewing through more than 5 miles of earth underneath Northeast D.C. to make way for a sewer tunnel. See photos.
A work zone will narrow and reduce the number of lanes on part of the George Washington Memorial Parkway later this month and last for about a month, the National Park Service said.
Rain totals ranged between 6 and 12 inches in a narrow swath between Ellicott City and Catonsville. Even more impressive, though, were the rates of precipitation that led to rapid rises in the tributaries that run along Main Street.
So far in 2018, the region faced destructive flooding in Ellicott City and a damaging wind storm in early March, but there has not been a single tornado yet this year.
In the hands-free race to limit the consequences of distracted driving, two familiar names appear to have sped ahead of auto manufacturers.
There are over a dozen active construction projects within just a few blocks of Center Field Gate. The construction is noisy, dusty and, for pedestrians, inconvenient during work hours. Many sidewalks are either closed or constricted by temporary scaffolding.
Nearly a year after its groundbreaking, construction is ramping up on Maryland’s Purple Line while legal battles over its right of way appear to have stalled.
The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority’s six-year funding program could pave the way for improvements to many major commuting corridors in the coming years. But after a projected drop in revenue caused by dedicated funding for Metro, some projects were dropped.
As temperatures rise into the the 80s this week, more people will likely be out on the sidewalks and roads, and that means area police agencies are reminding walkers, bikers and drivers to be extra aware.
Lanes closures are on tap for overnight drivers on the Beltway in Virginia as work crews hoist steel for a new overpass.
Tuesday’s forecast includes blustery conditions — but it’s something wind-swept Washington residents have gotten used to during several windier-than-average months.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.