A legislation that exempts children’s play groups from day-care type regulations is moving forward in the D.C. Council. The legislation will be up for a second and final vote on Dec. 18.
A final vote by the D.C. Council is set for Dec. 18. Two council members voted against moving the measure forward.
Helping to make the world a better place is the inspirational theme behind Giving Tuesday, the holiday that follows the frenzied consumerism of Cyber Monday and Black Friday, and precedes the winter holiday gift-giving season.
Damascus High School’s principal said the brooms were discovered Sunday evening, the day before four students charged as adults with an alleged hazing incident were expected in court for bond hearings.
The goal behind the book “Did You Just Eat That?” is for people to be entertained and to get some good information, Paul Dawson, one of the co-authors, told WTOP.
Four hundred turkey dinners were distributed to military members at the armory on Monday. Operation Homefront sponsors Holiday Meals for Military as a thank you to those serving their country.
Police who were responding to a disorderly conduct call in Fair Oaks reported finding 2 people rolling around in a neighborhood street. That’s when, officers said, they interrupted what was a sexual assault.
Initially predicted to be a mid-morning washout, Thursday’s winter storm ended up dumping more snow than expected, causing some area school systems to cancel classes after first announcing delayed openings.
The Traffic Incident Management Enhancement Task Force outlined several action plans that local leaders can begin acting upon right way.
A local consumers’ group evaluated more than 520 D.C.-area auto repair shops for quality and price. See how dealerships compare with independent auto-repair shops — and find out which are closest to you.
Sleeping six hours a night instead of eight may give you a higher chance of waking up dehydrated, according to a study by Penn State.
An expert says “this is the year where every mushroom is going to be doing something” — we all have this year’s abundance of rain to thank for it.
September’s hot, dry spell was particularly poor timing in Western Maryland, where it interrupted the color change just as it was beginning to happen. But it’s a complete dud. Find out where you can peep some fall colors.
Because Shenandoah National Park covers such a broad area and range of elevations, giving people an overview of what to expect during their visit has always been challenging. So they’re turning to visitors for help. Here’s how you can submit photos.
Out of the 2,975 facilities that U.S. News & World Report awarded with the “Best Nursing Home” distinction, 117 are in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
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.