It’s time to spring into action on your spring garden. Washington Gardener Magazine editor Kathy Jentz shares her best tips for prepping, planting, harvesting and more.
Pets are eager to get out the door and enjoy the sunshine, but they may also fall victim to the worst springtime villain: seasonal allergies. Here’s how to spot some of the symptoms and how to make your pooch feel better.
The vernal equinox is better known as the first day of spring. NBC meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts explains what that means and takes a look at local stats on the first day of spring.
The equinox brings with it traditions and holidays.
Like Dorothy in the “Wizard of Oz,” the Southern California city of Lake Elsinore is being overwhelmed by the power of the poppies.
After a brief taste of springlike weather, the region is once again in the path of a — thankfully small — bout of winter weather. Here’s what you need to know about the likely snow shower.
Many who suffer from allergies dread the start of spring. Here are some tips from an allergist on how to keep the sneezing, coughing and wheezing at bay.
A mix of rain and snow fell on the D.C. area Friday afternoon and evening but the storm is winding down. As temperatures drop overnight, black ice and icy spots are possible. Here’s what you need to know.
Proper seed starting is a topic WTOP’s Mike McGrath feels obligated to cover thoroughly every season — and this is the perfect time of year to do it.
If the D.C. area is tired of sharing frigid air with the North Pole, good news: The region is trading in a cold snap for spring-like temperatures, at least for a few days. Find out how often in the last decade that the temperature has made it above 60 in February.
A colder spring means good news for allergy sufferers, but an allergist tells WTOP you’re not out of the woods yet — even if you think you’re not allergic to anything.
It’s easy to pile pints of strawberries and bunches of broccolini into your basket — How can one resist such temporary treasures? — but finding ways to work all the produce into everyday cooking can be tricky.
Ensure that your spring bulbs — crocus, daffodils, tulips and the like — return reliably next season. Just follow these three tips.
I don’t think it’s time to put trade in winter coats for cotton sweaters, nor swap out heavy reds for something lighter in the glass.
Put away the snowshoes and break out the sunglasses. It’s officially spring in D.C., and here are 14 different ways to celebrate.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.