Fairfax County Election Board Secretary Katherine Hanley agrees with County Supervisor Cathy Hudgins’ motion to request schools close on March 1.
As the temperatures dip and it starts to feel like January, the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission’s new general manager says the agency expects an influx of water main breaks.
Minimize your chances of encountering a coyote by keeping your pets inside, taking down bird feeders or outdoor pet bowls and securing your garbage can. Read more tips for keeping them at bay.
Biking is a commuting pattern that’s growing in popularity. And even for those who just want the option to hop on two wheels, there are more popular parts of town where finding a bike can be tricky.
A historic Virginia town’s proposal to become a city is much more than an academic exercise; it could affect the town’s taxes, business and its biggest landmark.
It’s the first time the reward has changed in 35 years.
The District’s fire chief blames a botched emergency response Sunday on human error after city firefighters arrived to the street where a man was having a heart attack but left without ever attending to him.
The District’s Department of Transportation confirms the latest round of testing is over, and it’s now a waiting game.
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.
Fairfax County police say a Virginia woman was killed after a man she was dating electrocuted her after they recorded a sex tape.
Those with the youngest students in D.C. Public Schools may not encounter a waiting list for pre-K, and those with teenagers have a few new school options when ranking preferences for their children.
A Maryland family got a surprise just in time for the New Year when their baby arrived early Friday morning.
There are places many people may not think to clean which are crawling with bacteria.
Customers of Verizon and Sprint may have a couple bucks coming their way — and only a few hours left to claim it.
WMATA General Manager Paul J. Wiedefeld said trains on those lines will resume a six-minute rush hour service schedule following a substation fire in September outside the Stadium Armory station.
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.