The future of the more than 120-year-old Foundry Branch Trolley Trestle, a streetcar bridge in Glover-Archbold Park in Northwest D.C. that has long been abandoned, remains uncertain.
Their aim is to engender a sense of community and to inspire other girls to pursue their passions in these fields.
It’s billed as the largest parade in Annapolis, and plenty of folks lined the streets of historic Naptown to celebrate Irish heritage. See photos.
The plan will keep the zoo’s three vehicle and three primary pedestrian entry points, but will consolidate the 10 informal entryways down to three, while maintaining direct access to parking lots.
The Humane Rescue Alliance in D.C. has increased the reward amount for any information that leads to an arrest in a mysterious case that ended with a wounded dog having to be put down.
An interfaith group of Virginians gathered Sunday evening to forge a way forward after blackface scandals that shook the highest offices in the state’s government. Va. Attorney General Mark Herring sat on the front pew of the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church to listen.
Across the country and in D.C., people gathered Saturday afternoon to sweat it out, part of Cycle for Survival, an annual event to raise funds for research in hopes of defeating rare cancers.
The fundraiser was held in memory of Jordan McNair, the 19-year-old University of Maryland football player who fell ill and died of heatstroke following a preseason workout last year.
Thieves are snatching valuables from autos and it appears there has been a spike in the number of such property crimes citywide throughout D.C.
During Black History Month, and all year long, a local performing arts organization shares its passion for the classics through its partnerships with organizations around the D.C. area and beyond to provide performing platforms for African-American classical musicians.
In reckoning with Virginia’s painful history of slavery and racism, Delegate Delores McQuinn says the way forward is love. Tough, honest conversations about uncomfortable ideas are necessary.
Every Sunday afternoon in February, Alexandria Visitor Center/Ramsay House is hosting free two-hour walking tours, with stops at key sites throughout historic Old Town.
Prince George’s County teens with their eyes on summer jobs spent part of their Saturday getting that process underway and applying for the Summer Youth Enrichment Program. See photos.
A crowd several rows deep packed the streets around the Friendship Archway in Chinatown. People stood on bus stop benches, clustered by restaurant entryways and huddled together behind metal stanchions to watch the parade. See photos.
Investigators currently believe the fire was sparked by “some form of human activity in the cockloft of the building.” The exact nature of that activity and who — or if anyone — sparked the flames remains unknown.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.