Providence Hospital celebrated the opening of its newly renovated emergency care center during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday on its Northeast D.C. campus.
Five candidates are hoping to emerge as the victor in the race for the District’s first elected attorney general in the Nov. 4 election.
Hundreds of District employees spent the afternoon on Friday enjoying D.C. Employee Appreciation Day, an event previously hosted by former Mayor Marion S. Barry Jr.
Whoever wins the District's Nov. 4 mayoral election will be immediately confronted with an anticipated surge this winter of homeless families and individuals.
It could take up to two years to complete, but residents in the Anacostia area will ultimately be able to enjoy their own version of Rock Creek Park as efforts to revitalize Marvin Gaye Park get underway.
Henry E. Smith, the District's legendary "King of Soul Food," died Oct. 10 at the age of 73.
When it comes to the Metropolitan Police Department, local residents say they find themselves dealing with a situation of the tail wagging the dog.
In order to curb domestic assaults against women, children and men, activists have called for a unified effort that promotes healing and improved methods of communication.
Local photographers who have committed their lives to showcasing positive images of black America shared their stories during a panel discussion along with several other colleagues on Oct. 1 at Gallery O to mark the close of the "Fifty 50 ...
For the next six months, officers from MPD will wear five versions of body-worn cameras, either on their shoulders, chests or on glasses.
More than 100 community members, church leaders, and elected officials participated in the Mother’s Tea, an annual program to unite mothers of homicide victims and those who have perpetrated acts of violence.
Five city blocks in Northeast D.C. have undergone an amazing transformation with the completion of a mixed-use development that first broke ground in 2011.
Mayor Vincent C. Gray announced Wednesday his administration has invested $1.3 billion to create nearly 6,500 affordable housing units across the District of Columbia — an unprecedented city investment in affordable housing.
Officials for the International Spy Museum and Events D.C. have scrapped proposed plans to redevelop the historic Carnegie Library in Northwest into a new home for the museum and a visitor’s center.
Students and residents in the District planted a neighborhood garden at a local community center Saturday in recognition of an annual day of volunteer service.