WASHINGTON — The holiday season is a joyous time for most — and that can make things even worse if it’s the first Christmas since a parent or spouse has passed away. Doctor Paul Coleman,…
WASHINGTON — It’s the holiday season. Kids are excited and are making out their wish lists. Although it is a tradition, this is also a potential source of frustration and unhappiness. Children may be focused…
ROCKVILLE, Md. — It’s beginning to look a little more like Christmas for some local children in need. On Saturday morning, some Montgomery County police officers played the role of jolly old Saint Nick. The…
Ho, ho, ho! Happy holidays! Welcome to the “What’s Up? The Space Place” holiday edition to get some great gift ideas for that stargazer of yours. OK, you have six shopping days left, but don’t…
if you\’re a last-minute shopper worrying about whopping
shipping fees — don\’t panic.
Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? OK, let me be honest.
After a few days of just a cold rain, I am ready for some snow. And right in
time for Christmas. So, what are the chances we can see a white Christmas
around the WTOP listening area?
A video of police pulling drivers over for minor traffic
violations is warming hearts.
Whether you\’re sending gifts, holiday cards or both this season, if you want them to arrive before Santa shows up, be aware: The U.S. Postal Service, FedEx and UPS all have cutoff dates for getting your packages there on time.
There is some good news for federal workers.
One of the most popular toys this Christmas season is also
one of the most
dangerous if not used properly.
Spread the holiday cheer to your bank account this season.
Putting away a little extra now will keep your bank account merry come December.
If you have gift cards, items to return or just a hankering to shop on this day after Christmas, retailers are ready for you.
You don\’t have to rush to the store to redeem your gift cards, but some banks might carry inactivity fees.
Volunteers of all faiths lend their time and talents for the holidays.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.