D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser named Gregory M. Dean as the head of the city's Department of Fire and Emergency Services on Monday, choosing the veteran Seattle fire chief to succeed the embattled Kenneth Ellerbe.
Officials for DC Trust launched Monday a citywide campaign to promote positive perceptions of the District's youth and development of workforce opportunities.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced the city will launch a 72-hour push this weekend to catch up on trash collection that has been slowed by recent snowstorms.
Marijuana in the District of Columbia is now legal after a law went into effect at midnight Thursday, despite warnings from congressional Republicans.
The battle lines between D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and the United States Congress on marijuana legalization have been drawn.
On Friday, the Omicron Gamma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. hosted a presentation on educator Nannie Helen Burroughs.
Grammar and middle school students from across the District have been reading their dictionaries, practicing with flash cards and counting syllables on their fingers — all hoping to soon put a gold-plated trophy on their shelf and take home the ...
It's a frigid Friday night, and the entertainment centers of the city — Chinatown, U Street, Georgetown, H Street, Capitol Hill, Adams Morgan and Barracks Row — are flourishing. In the Southeast neighborhood of Anacostia, however, the streets are dead. ...
The year 2014 certainly wasn't a very good one for the District of Columbia Board of Elections.
The U Street, LeDroit Park and Shaw neighborhoods in Northwest Washington have seen an alarming increase in car-related break-ins, vandalism and thefts in the early part of the year, police report.
Frank M. Conaway Sr., the longtime clerk of the Baltimore City Circuit Court, is being remembered by the many in Charm City, Prince George's County and around the state who knew him and the many more his work helped.
Metropolitan AME Church in Northwest, in conjunction with The Washington Informer, will host a special screening Saturday of "Wilmington Ten: Pardons of Innocence," a film about the nine black men and one white woman who were falsely convicted of a ...
About half of the District's children and teens in foster care live outside of the city, primarily in Maryland.
Empower DC and the Barry Farm Tenants and Allies Association will host a citywide forum Sunday regarding the displacement of Barry Farm residents in Ward 8.
Motorists in D.C. are being put on notice for nine new photo-enforced speed and red-light cameras at locations where police say speeding and pedestrian safety have been problems.