The George Washington Parkway has fully reopened to traffic Saturday after disruptive closures caused by a large sinkhole that compromised the road Friday morning.
The New Carrollton, Maryland, man accused of drugging and raping teens while posing as a Howard University student has a history of preying on women nearly two decades long according to court testimony Friday.
The Washington Nationals 2019 season includes expanded efforts of local philanthropy and community engagement.
With poster board-sized pictures of wrecked cars and bumper sticker-sized car magnets with the message #DrivingItHome, Prince George’s County Council Member Monique Anderson-Walker and Fire Chief Benjamin Barksdale helped launch the countywide initiative at Oxon Hill High School on Friday.
Nationals Park is making some changes ahead of this year’s season. There will be new vendors, new foods and even a new brand of alcohol served in the park, but there will also be some rule changes this year. Find out what’s new in 2019.
More pedestrians are being killed on Virginia’s roads, but safety strategies implemented at problem-prone areas are working according to a highway safety update presented to the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board.
The proposed new toll lanes on I-495 and I-270 would be built as part of a public-private partnership program. They’d be free and open to transit vehicles, but one official doesn’t believe that’s enough for people who want an alternative to driving.
Buying appliances can be a daunting process and buyers might feel compelled to invest in warranties to protect against repair costs. But this consumer’s group says home warranties are a bad idea.
An ongoing team of volunteers and organizations working to clean up the channel along the Southwest Waterfront in D.C. has removed enough wood and debris to fill four 30-yard dumpsters as of Friday. The cleanup effort is supported by The Wharf.
The threat of cyber attacks is a serious and increasing threat to local governments according to a briefing given this week to the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Board.
The injured bald eagle that disrupted service on Metro’s Blue and Silver lines Wednesday evening in Maryland couldn’t be saved. Find out what wildlife experts know about it.
Before voting to appoint a strategy group to get started on a “Smart Region Movement,” the Metropolitan Washington Council of Government’s board heard examples of how unified tech already makes life in the D.C. area easier.
About 22 percent of District residents don’t have online access in their homes or on their phones. Federal aid such as Medicaid, food stamps, housing and child care vouchers and school grants are based on the census count.
The grand opening of Busboys and Poets Anacostia in Southeast D.C. represents hope and change for the historically underserved Ward 8 community, and was deemed a “victory” by its residents. See photos.
When the renovated Merriweather Post Pavilion, in Columbia, Maryland, opens its doors in May, it will feature a resident orchestra like no other. Find out more about Soulful Symphony, what sets them apart and why their director says they’re really just following the old traditions.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.