Labor Day weekend started with rain and flooding for parts of the D.C. area that will be followed by a hot, muggy Saturday with some downpours.
Got big outdoor plans this Labor Day weekend? Meteorologists are predicting clouds and scattered thunderstorms. WTOP has the full forecast.
A three-day weekend is a welcomed time for sellers of Maryland blue crabs. At the fish market in Southwest D.C., people line up for the regional staple at Jessie Taylor Seafood. See photos.
Looking to start your fall lawn care schedule? WTOP Garden Editor Mike McGrath says this Labor Day weekend is an ideal time to aerate a cool-season lawn.
These are the top sales to shop for Labor Day 2018. Note that some of them have already begun, so you can start shopping early.
Catch some American classics and popular tunes at the annual Labor Day Capitol Concert, featuring the National Symphony Orchestra, on Sunday night.
Celebrate the informal end of summer, Labor Day, with any one of these festivals, ballgames and more going on around D.C.
The recent reprieve in August’s oppressive heat has been more than just pleasant — it’s been record-breaking. The last time the high dropped as low as it did on Saturday happened in 1935.
Looking to avoid the traffic on your return to D.C. this Labor Day weekend? See the best times to travel area roads on the way back to the District.
The Library of Congress’s 17th annual National Book Festival is this Saturday, Sept. 2 in D.C. Here’s what you need to know.
As vacationers fire up grills and pack coolers with beers, retailers are gearing up for Labor Day in their own way. Check out some of the sales happening over Labor Day weekend.
To help plan, or rearrange, any Labor Day weekend plans, here are the basics of what meteorologists say to expect from Hermine.
The college football season kicks off in earnest this weekend. So how will your team fare? WTOP Sports’ Dave Preston weighs in with his first picks of the season.
Tropical Storm Hermine could regenerate into a hurricane by the time it reaches the Delmarva Peninsula late Sunday or early Monday. Virginia and Maryland have declared a state of emergency.
Metro riders should expect service disruptions on the system this Labor Day weekend, as Metro takes advantage of the holiday to make track repairs.
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.