Jefferson County, which operates the senior center, considered Monday’s event “political activity” that’s not allowed during county-sponsored events.
It occurred around the 2300 block of Dulles Station Boulevard. Fairfax County Fire and EMS responded, but the boy was later pronounced dead at a hospital, police said.
The woman who police said threw her own urine at a Metrobus driver last August was arrested again Friday.
A crash involving a bus and a car left 17 people injured Saturday evening in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
Metrorail shut down entirely for more than a day beginning at midnight for safety checks.
Commuters could be cruising past clogged Route 29 traffic while connected to Wi-Fi within four years under new plans announced Wednesday in Montgomery County.
Fairfax County’s transit plan could draw more people away from driving and help keep the region’s notorious traffic from getting exponentially worse.
Commuters can expect changes to the way they get around the region during the holidays. WTOP compiled a list of revised train, bus and parking schedules.
WASHINGTON — A man is recovering from serious injuries after getting hit by a vehicle in Fairfax County Thursday, but detectives do not know who he is, and they can’t find any of his relatives.…
WASHINGTON — D.C. police say two buses that were stolen from a private lot over the weekend were located Monday. The Metropolitan Police Department was searching for two Capitol Tour buses that were stolen from…
WASHINGTON — No one was injured when a tree fell on a Metrobus in D.C. Monday evening. Metro Transit Police said a tree fell on a bus near the intersection of 15th and K streets…
The Niagara University women\’s basketball team, including a player who grew up in Fairfax County, finally got off the bus.
Ridership on Metro\’s Silver Line is steadily picking up, and so
is ridership on Fairfax Connector buses that serve Metro\’s newest rail line.
A 41-year-old Alexandria, Virginia woman is dead after she was
struck by a Fairfax Connector bus
outside of the Huntington Metro Station Thursday night.
The bus adorned with the Maryland state flag promising pitch opportunities for local startups will stop by Bethesda\’s UberOffices on Oct. 1.
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.