The company pledged to hire 25,000 people from around our area to work in Arlington, but an expert said the quality of the jobs is more important than the quantity. The fact that the jobs are not dependent on the federal government should boost the economy, too.
An Amazon executive was the person everyone wanted to hear from Thursday night at a panel discussion about the company’s plans for a new headquarters in Crystal City.
A Georgetown University solar project is drawing concerns since it includes a plan to cut down a large number of trees in Charles County, Maryland, to make way for the panels. A public hearing is scheduled next week on the plan.
When officers executed a search warrant at the home in the Shepherd Park area of Northwest D.C., they found seven dogs that had been left alone, without food or water, for several days. See video.
Two retired Montgomery County police officers who once patrolled the streets together are teaming up again. This time, one will give the other a lifesaving gift.
For 14 years, through a webcam, we’ve been watching bald eagles Liberty and Justice raise their young above the D.C. Police Academy in Southwest. But now it appears this longtime Washington power couple may have broken up.
Potholes opened up on northbound Route 4 on the deck of the bridge over the western branch of the Patuxent River. Crews with the Maryland State Highway Administration temporarily patched the holes Wednesday morning.
So far in 2019, the department has handed out more than 3,000 tickets along Route 210. Ten thousand tickets were issued in all of last year.
“No right turn on red” signs will start going up in dozens of new D.C. locations starting February 19, as long as weather permits.
Almost once a day every day for the last six months in Prince George’s County, thieves have been breaking into parked cars and stealing handicapped-accessible parking placards that hang from rear view mirrors.
What some people thought was a fight between a high school principal and a student appeared to Prince George’s County police to have been more one-sided.
Maryland Sen. Will Smith of Silver Spring, who serves Montgomery County, will soon leave to serve his country through Operation Resolute Support, the NATO-led mission to train, advise and assist Afghan security forces.
The District wants to add signs banning right turns on red lights to another 100 intersections by July, but the Department of Transportation is concerned the measure could mean more traffic and more accidents.
Looking for an alternative to the Super Bowl pregame? Sunday afternoon’s Kitten Bowl VI will feature purrfect players from our area.
Now that the Newseum has agreed to sell its gorgeous glass and steel building on Pennsylvania Avenue in D.C., at least one group hopes to bring the attraction to Montgomery County, Maryland.
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.