The Baltimore City Schools police union president says officers should be allowed to carry their service weapons inside school buildings and has called for a change in state law allowing it.
D.C.’s Pineapple and Pearls is one of eight restaurants in the U.S, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean to join AAA’s list of Five Diamond restaurants for 2018.
Three cities in the region made the top-10 in the financial planning website’s list of best locations for women in tech.
Virginia Beach City Public Schools Superintendent Aaron Spence says these are examples of students using poor judgment online.
Fairfax County School Board members will introduce ideas to promote safety, ranging from calling for gun control measures to increasing armed security.
There have been similar complaints along the Green Line in D.C.’s Petworth area since 2016. The results of a study there are expected soon.
Gov. Ralph Northam is announcing that a Virginia cidery plans to double its production to meet demand for hard cider.
Here’s when you can expect to see the five athletes from the D.C. area — and a sixth from west of Richmond — compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics.
As The Cars prepare to enter the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in April, songwriter Ric Ocasek brings his abstract art exhibit to Montgomery Mall and Tysons Galleria this weekend.
Award-winning chef José Andrés, who has a number of acclaimed restaurants in the D.C. area, was involved in relief efforts in Puerto Rico after last year’s brutal hurricane season.
During an oversight hearing on Wednesday — one day after the D.C. Public Schools chancellor resigned — members of the D.C. Council Education Committee called for more transparency from the school system.
Two days after the shooting in Parkland, Florida, two Leonardtown High School students were allegedly overheard talking about how they would pull off a shooting differently and not get caught.
Prince George’s County police identified the officer who was shot and killed on Wednesday as Cpl. Mujahid Ramzziddin. Police said Ramzziddin was off-duty but was killed “while stepping in to protect a woman in a domestic situation.”
In announcing more than 500 arrests as part of “Operation Seven Sentries,” Gov. Larry Hogan said 259 of the arrests involved some of Baltimore’s most violent criminals.
More than a quarter of Virginia’s 2017 graduates qualify for college credit on AP exams, meaning the state has the sixth-highest percentage in the United States.