Skip Groff, whose Yesterday & Today Records, and role in producing and releasing music helped form D.C.’s early punk scene, has died at age 70.
Ground was broken Tuesday for a new bed-and-breakfast in Schuyler, Virginia, near the home where the writer whose book inspired the TV show grew up. The owner expects construction to be complete by mid-October in time for the yearly Waltons event later that month.
As more states decriminalize marijuana, Maryland State Police are seeing a large jump in the number of weed-related impaired driving crashes and violations.
Loudoun County prosecutor Jim Plowman will step down in November, and become a judge in the 20th Judicial District.
Sharon Bottoms Mattes, who lost custody of her young son to her mother in 1993 after a Virginia court ruled her same-sex relationship made her “an unfit parent,” has died at age 48.
A judge ruled Friday that one of the four Damascus High School football players initially charged as an adult with sexually attacking four teammates with a broomstick will now be tried in juvenile court.
A Bristol, Virginia, woman is charged with concealing her mother’s body under dozens of blankets and air fresheners in their home, more than six weeks after her mother died.
After heated rhetoric, the town of Leesburg, Virginia, plans to donate a historic cemetery to a group that preserves African-American burial grounds.
Happy “World Radio Day!” Some things have changed in the way people listen to radio, but others remain the same.
The woman was attacked on a Saturday afternoon, during Labor Day weekend, Sept. 3, 2016, at the pool in the 200 block of South Pickett Street.
A Loudoun County man who allegedly told a friend he “needed a human sacrifice” before killing his father will enter a plea later this month to avoid trial.
Ridesharing services are having a dramatic effect on the number of taxicab rides in the nation’s capital.
A local prosecutor has asked the judge to revoke the conditional release of a man who was found not guilty by reason of insanity in 2013 the shooting of a Virginia police officer.
The toy cars were introduced in 1968. Now, a Montgomery County man’s Hot Wheels toy car collection is estimated to be worth $1.5 million.
A Virginia man who was released from a mental hospital months ago after shooting a police officer has been arrested on arson and gun charges.
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.