The Hartford Courant reports a regional trash facility in Hartford has been unable to burn refuse for weeks and has been hauling garbage out of state at a high cost.
An internet troll who harassed a black Amercan University student with racist messages on social media has agreed to a court settlement requiring him to get “anti-hate training,” apologize in writing and on video and publicly renounce white supremacy.
The largest premium coworking and flexible workspace provider in the U.S. is known for its beautiful and professional workspaces which are customized for entrepreneurs and mature startups through Fortune 500 companies.
Philz Coffee brews each cup individually, and boasts more than 20 customized blends of beans with four million possible combinations of coffees handcrafted to the customer’s order.
Jack Lee was fired Monday from the Middle River Regional Jail, less than two weeks after he was placed on unpaid administrative leave Dec. 5.
Newport News Shipbuilding President Jennifer Boykin told workers in a letter that the buyouts being offered to more than 2,500 employees are “completely voluntary,” and no layoffs are expected.
The lawsuit was filed three days after Nelson County’s Board of Zoning Appeals denied the company’s variance requests for floodplain crossings.
Hillary Clinton wrote a letter to an 8-year-old girl who lost an election for class president, telling the young student that she knows “too well, it’s not easy” to run for “a role that’s only been sought by boys.” See video.
Photos showed what appeared to be blood at the bottom of the escalator, with shredded clothes caught between a step and a metal platform.
The closure of the Lyttonsville Place Bridge was limited to six months under a construction contract; however, Purple Line Transit Partners said Monday that construction issues will delay completion of the bridge for a few more weeks.
When you’re in distress, response time is crucial, and the Washington branch of Consumers’ Checkbook, in conjunction with Arlington County’s Emergency Communications Center, found that many panic-button devices don’t lead to quick responses.
The Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education is aiming to make recommendations on K-12 funding before state lawmakers gather for their annual 90-day legislative session next month.
The Baltimore Police Department provided little insight Monday into why six officers were reassigned from the task force.
The D.C. Council is expected to pass a bill regulating sports gambling in the District on Tuesday. But how much gold is there really in the gold rush to capitalize on the industry?
Chicago-based Great Wolf Resorts Inc., which operates 18 indoor and outdoor water parks in North America, including an indoor park in Williamsburg, Virginia, is considering a $200 million water park and lodge in Cecil 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.
The proliferation of smartphones and social media have provided more avenues for online predators to target children. In the WTOP series, “Preventing Online Predators,” WTOP goes behind the screen with undercover detectives who work to identify and track down child predators on the internet and speaks to a family about how their teen daughter was targeted.