Whether you’re preparing for holiday guests or trying to recover from spills left behind after the party — a local consumer’s group has tips for hiring carpet cleaners.
In 2019, housing will be on the forefront of the Council of Governments’ agenda. A council member said there will be a shortage of some 100,000 housing units by 2050.
As the holiday season approaches, don’t let gift giving break the bank. Here are some tips for finding the best deals and discounts when shopping online.
Secret shoppers from Washington Consumers’ Checkbook placed calls to 60 area kennels to get quotes for boarding a medium sized dog for a week. The prices ranged from $175 to over $700,
Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine report that they’ve discovered an explanation for how some bacterial infections can trigger a series of events that lead to cancer.
Whether it’s excited children or forgetful grandparents who might wander off and get lost, police want caregivers to take pictures of vulnerable loved ones before holiday shopping trips or visits to crowded places.
A legislation that exempts children’s play groups from day-care type regulations is moving forward in the D.C. Council. The legislation will be up for a second and final vote on Dec. 18.
A final vote by the D.C. Council is set for Dec. 18. Two council members voted against moving the measure forward.
When people start swapping stories about former President George H.W. Bush at the Washington National Cathedral on Wednesday, a church leader who will be at the funeral will be remembering his sense of humor.
Ahead of the state funeral for former President George H.W. Bush Wednesday morning, the Washington National Cathedral has been prepping for the big event since Sunday. Take a look behind the scenes.
Fairfax County, Virginia, is so far recording fewer hate crimes as the year draws to a close, but the nature of the crimes has shifted, according to information released during a county Board of Supervisors Public Safety Committee hearing Tuesday.
Helping to make the world a better place is the inspirational theme behind Giving Tuesday, the holiday that follows the frenzied consumerism of Cyber Monday and Black Friday, and precedes the winter holiday gift-giving season.
Damascus High School’s principal said the brooms were discovered Sunday evening, the day before four students charged as adults with an alleged hazing incident were expected in court for bond hearings.
The goal behind the book “Did You Just Eat That?” is for people to be entertained and to get some good information, Paul Dawson, one of the co-authors, told WTOP.
The tradition, now in its 10th year, got started as a way to help people who had received donated birds. The restaurant’s co-owner adds that it’s a lot safer than trying to deep fry a turkey yourself.
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.