A state police news release says 29-year-old Raymond Robinson and a female passenger were traveling on a road in Great Mills on Friday. A preliminary investigation indicates Robinson was struck in the shoulder.
Fierce opposition to President Donald Trump has fueled predictions of a “blue wave” of Democratic victories in the fall, but it’s uncertain whether that will translate into an enthusiastic embrace of any one of the eight Democrats running to take on Maryland’s Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.
News outlets report that Americans for Prosperity will not support Republican nominee Corey Stewart as he tries to unseat incumbent Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine.
Music at Gallery Place, Judiciary Square and Columbia Heights is part of an effort by General Manager Paul Wiedefeld to boost rider comfort in — and perceptions of — the system.
Nearly a year after its groundbreaking, construction is ramping up on Maryland’s Purple Line while legal battles over its right of way appear to have stalled.
It won’t be a heat wave — a stretch of three consecutive days above 90 degrees — since Sunday’s high recorded at Reagan National Airport was one degree shy at 89 degrees. But Storm Team4 meteorologist Matt Ritter said that the temperature Monday and Tuesday will easily max above 90 degrees.
Where should you go to watch the World Cup? No matter what you’re looking for or what country you support, we’ve got you covered.
Initiative 77 would eliminate the “tipped minimum wage” — the two-tiered system under which restaurant and bar owners pay servers, bartenders and bussers a lower hourly wage with the expectation that they will be compensated with tips from customers.
There are many barriers when it comes to escaping domestic violence. One is where to go. But a local organization is helping to bridge that gap.
The school in Williamsburg, Virginia, said in a statement Friday that Katherine A. Rowe will be sworn in by Gov. Ralph Northam.
RaShall M. Brackney will be sworn in Monday afternoon in the City Council’s chambers.
Volunteer attorneys from Attorney General Mark Herring’s office and the Virginia State Bar will help low-income veterans by drafting wills, powers of attorney and advance medical directives.
This year’s boating season is off to a tragic start in Maryland. So far, there have been several boating fatalities.
Summer gets ahead of itself, as a heat wave brews in the D.C. area a few days before spring officially says so long.
A special mass at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception honored couples throughout the Archdiocese of Washington, most who have been married a range of years — from at least 25 years, up to 75 years of marriage.
It’s been 50 years since parts of D.C., erupted in a wave of rioting, looting and arson, in the wake of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King. WTOP takes an in-depth look at what happened and what people remember.
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