MGM National Harbor is partnering with Prince George's Community College for a new workforce training program that will provide potential employees with the skills needed to apply for nearly 1,000 jobs in the forthcoming resort's casino table games department.
Pepco filed for a rate increase request April 19 with the Maryland Public Service Commission to recover the cost of reliability investments.
A black-owned D.C. real estate tech startup is in the running for $20,000 of grant funding after winning the regional competition of Comcast Business's entrepreneur contest.
Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III joined dozens of county officials and others Wednesday for a sneak peek inside the Dave & Buster's in Capitol Heights opening next week, taking the opportunity to nibble on Swedish meatballs, sip ...
The Congress Heights community will join the D.C. Main Streets program that revitalizes neighborhoods.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser joined the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Thursday morning in the fight to raise the city's minimum hourly wage to $15.
After eight years, a Safeway grocery store returns to Hyattsville as the anchor in the bustling mixed-use project Gateway at University Town Center.
The latest Washington, D.C., jobs report shows the overall unemployment rate held steady at 6.5 percent, which to some might be good news. However, for young people — particularly African-Americans — the numbers continue to tell a different story.
In recognition of National Small Business Week, the Power Up DC 2016 summit early next month at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in northwest D.C. will provide entrepreneurs insight and resources for obtaining adequate funding, as well the opportunity to engage ...
During D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser’s 2016 State of the District Address, she made headlines when she called for the minimum wage to be $15 by 2020.
Amid the expensive new condominiums, busy upscale bars and restaurants and the city's only streetcar, Black entrepreneurs on the once riot-torn H Street in northeast Washington are working hard to cash in on the community's new prosperity and changing landscape.
More than 200 people recently attended Prince George's County's second annual Economic Development Corporation Forum Breakfast at the Metro Points Hotel in New Carrollton, where they were updated on current development projects taking place in the county.
Results from a report on the state of African-American women revealed that economic struggles continue despite promising data overall.
Turning Natural Juice Bar takes the spotlight in the second part of the Businesses on Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. series for their work in providing jobs for residents and introducing new healthy flavors to the neighborhood.
When local businessman Phinis Jones moved out of his office space in Congress Heights, his daughter Keyona Jones-Lindsay took over the building to use it as a space for creativity and culture and bring the first art gallery of its ...