Over a span of three days, a Bethesda, Maryland, florist said his shop will deliver more than 15,000 bouquets, sometimes knocking on doors as late at 9 p.m. See photos and video.
The fight to build a new FBI headquarters outside D.C. isn’t over, according to one Maryland legislator who is working on a bill to move the project forward.
Two men were sentenced Monday in connection with a shooting at Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda last March.
This is the second attempt by Democrats in the county to ban polystyrene containers, which are used for school lunch trays and takeout containers in many restaurants. This time, the bill is likely to pass.
Superintendent Steve Walts outlined his plan during last week’s school board meeting. The proposed $1.13 billion budget includes a cost-of-living increase and an increase on the salary pay scale for teachers.
As scandal continues to roil Virginia’s government, a new poll conducted by the Washington Post and George Mason University shows Virginians are divided about whether Gov. Ralph Northam should resign after a racist photo was found in a yearbook.
At the monthly Arlington Democrats Breakfast, many in attendance expressed mixed feelings about the current state of Virginia’s Democratic leadership.
Naval Support Activity Bethesda carried out an active shooter exercise Tuesday in a cafeteria setting, allowing participants to test their ability to make critical decisions.
The Secret Service issued a tax season phishing alert, saying large-scale scams are luring unsuspecting victims in with emails from what appear to be reputable companies.
More than $8,000 in donations have been raised through a GoFundMe page for the family of 37-year-old George Kouimanis, who died Wednesday in his family’s home.
The Smithsonian National Zoo has reopened after the federal government shutdown, and there were some new arrivals. Zoo officials said the humans and animals were glad to see each other once again. See photos and video.
Calvary Chapel International Worship Center in Severn, Maryland, is on a mission to help federal workers impacted by the shutdown and held a grocery giveaway and served hot meals Sunday. See photos.
There have been 43 cases among students since a U.Md. freshman died from adenovirus complications in November. Contractors have cleaned 4,600 campus residences over winter break — and students are being advised to help prevent further infection.
After a yearslong debate in Fairfax County, chinchillas, hedgehogs and hermit crabs are now legalized as pets.
Despite the freezing-cold temperatures, volunteers showed up to share their time and talent at Ron Brown College Preparatory High School for the City Year MLK Day of Service.
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.