In a new contract, a longtime provider of meals for the District’s homeless is getting a sizable reduction in funding — and it blames “a broken system for shelter nutrition.”
In Annapolis on Monday, Gov. Larry Hogan took aim at the recently passed $46.7 billion House budget bill, which calls for a big spike in education funding, and another piece of legislation that seeks to raise the minimum wage.
Over 200 public and charter schools participated in this year’s Clicks for Kids competition. Over 111,000 votes were cast and the three schools with the most votes were declared the lucky winners.
A Brandywine, Maryland, man has been arrested and charged with raping a woman he met at a D.C. nightclub. Police are concerned there could be other victims.
Many who suffer from allergies dread the start of spring. Here are some tips from an allergist on how to keep the sneezing, coughing and wheezing at bay.
Flu season remains in full swing with patients still flooding urgent care clinics with the telltale symptoms of the flu. Maryland, Virginia and DC are all seeing elevated levels when it comes to the number of confirmed cases of the virus being reported by doctors.
Maryland courts are warning residents about what they call a deceptive letter being sent to people who are behind on their taxes.
In Fairfax County, the search is on for a man police say is behind the armed robberies of nine food delivery drivers since mid-January.
Federal subpoenas have been delivered to the D.C. Council and the mayor’s office as part of an investigation into Ward 2 Council member Jack Evans, who faces multiple allegations that he used his elected public office for personal gain.
The Early Care and Education Initiative has a goal of creating close to 600 additional seats for infants, toddlers and preschoolers in the county. 400 of those seats will comes by helping to train 50 future child-care operators, including those who would operate facilities in their home.
Maryland voters support a post-Labor Day start for school students and a law forcing employers to pay a minimum wage of $15. They overwhelmingly approve of their governor but oppose having an “unspecified” gender designation on driver’s licenses.
Like many other school systems across the country, Montgomery County Public Schools are receiving age-appropriate training in case of a school shooter. Next on the training list are the elementary schools.
At the Washington National Cathedral, brick by brick a LEGO replica of the iconic Northwest D.C. church takes shape with the help of visitors. With the project, the cathedral hopes will bring in more than $800 thousand to help with repair costs from the 2011 earthquake.
With a fight beginning over the president’s recent emergency declaration, the group felt it was important to show their support for Trump on Capitol Hill, said the ride’s organizer. Friday’s arrival concluded an eight-day ride from Cumberland, Maryland.
Homeowners in Arlington County could be paying a bit more in property taxes in the upcoming budget year if manager Mark Schwartz‘s latest proposal is approved. And the bump could have been higher.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.