Officials and residents in Arlington County discussed the proposed budget Tuesday, which would drastically downsize programs like CostumeLab, which provides costume rentals to nonprofits and companies in television and film.
The water quality of the Chesapeake Bay has reached its highest level since measurements began in the 1980s, a sign pollution is decreasing. But the group in charge of monitoring said there’s still a lot of work to be done.
In a request that officials called “unusual,” the Alexandria City Council approved an application to open a chicken slaughter operation in Alexandria.
It’s the first official weekend of The Cherry Blossom Festival and the blossoms have started to show an extension of their florets, meaning peak bloom is still expected to arrive on schedule.
Have a kid out on the football field? For the first time ever, parents and coaches have access to data that ranks the helmets best suited to protect young football players from concussions and other head injuries. See which helmets are on top.
The auditorium at Goshen Post Elementary School in Aldie, Virginia, was packed Sunday afternoon for Rep. Jennifer Wexton’s, D-Va. 10, first town hall where she discussed her progress since taking office before giving residents a chance to ask her about the issues most important to them.
Worshipers of all religions gathered at the ADAMS Center Mosque in Sterling, Virginia, Friday to pay tribute to the 50 people killed in New Zealand.
The two-hour tour at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery teaches visitors about the lives of women like Henrietta Lacks, Pocahontas and Martha Washington. Find out how to attend.
A team of George Washington University students and professors has won a $25,000 award from the District to continue developing an app that would provide D.C. drivers with real-time information on traffic congestion and crashes.
Such noise projections have played a major part in where residential zoning is restricted, but these new projections have yet to be incorporated into future zoning plans.
Virginia State Police are now reviewing their “do not sell” firearm list after a man who shot an officer was somehow able to legally buy guns.
A code-word campaign in Arlington, Virginia, aims to give patrons a safe way to ask for help when they are feeling unsafe.
What started as a chilly morning proved to be perfect running conditions for participants at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Saturday morning in D.C. See photos and video of the runners.
The bill is in response to the death of Robert White, a Silver Spring man who was fatally shot by police last year.
The school district’s graduation rate is now at around 78.5 percent, a decline of more than 4 percentage points compared with the previous year. By comparison, the rate statewide dropped by about half a percentage point.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.