Not only is Cheryl Angelelli breaking barriers for women with disabilities, she’s breaking world records. Angelelli might be paralyzed from the chest down, but she’s a star on the dance floor.
A bill aimed at keeping a Virginia facility that serves residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities open in some capacity has failed to advance.
Emily Butler was placed in the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women’s segregation unit on Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. Two days later, she was dead.
Landing a full-time, suit-and-tie job after graduation is difficult for most college students. For those with disabilities, cracking into corporate life can be even harder. But one organization is hoping to change that.
A 150-year-old abandoned mansion, 500 volunteers and 80 actors are producing one of the biggest scares in our area this time of year.
A blind British man is using his beloved guide dog to raise awareness about the tough job the canines have maneuvering around the city.
A new business started by two veterans in Fairfax County wants to help people with physical disabilities get back behind the wheel.
The “Let’s Think Again” campaign, launched statewide last month, aims to use provocative signs to bring more awareness to the stigmas surrounding those living with mental, emotional, intellectual and physical disabilities.
It’s the biggest prom party to hit D.C., and everyone’s invited.
Gov. Martin O\’Malley has created a commission to help law enforcers and others better respond to incidents involving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Tom Willis threw the ceremonial first pitch during the Orioles game at Camden Yards Wednesday evening with his foot.
People with disabilities have higher rates of unemployment and earn lower average wages than the general population, according to the Census Bureau\’s American Community Survey.
Young women with disabilities showed their self confidence during the Miss Amazing Pageant in Frederick.
Virginia plans to close the Northern Virginia Training Center by 2015, a center that opened in 1973 to serve residents with intellectual disabilities.
A karaoke craze is spreading in Frederick County thanks to Camille Kime, a local advocate for people with mental and physical disabilities.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.