D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray and the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities announced Friday the selection of local artist Jackie L. Braitman to create a permanent art installation at Chuck Brown Memorial Park that celebrates the life of ...
Hundreds of well-wishers, including famed comedian Bill Cosby, braved a dreary and chilly day for the grand opening of the new Ben's Chili Bowl restaurant in Arlington, Va., on Thursday.
More than 200 filed through the doors of the Community Showcase auditorium in the Eagle Center at McGogney in Southeast to see the "tennis scholars" of the Southeast Tennis & Learning Center in the organization's eighth annual Blacks in Wax ...
Attorney A. Dwight Pettit has seen his caseload explode over the past decade, mostly because of civil- and human-rights violations which he said are being carried out under the color of law.
A community organization recently honored a group of seniors for their decades of service during a ceremony at a local historic landmark.
Mayor Vincent C. Gray and other city officials are banking on the $5 million St. Elizabeths East Gateway Pavilion providing an economic foundation that will transform the fortunes of Ward 8.
Renewed efforts to restore Alexandria, Va.'s historic Fort Ward Park advanced during a Feb. 24 public meeting in St. Stephen's and St. Agnes School at 4401 West Braddock Road.
Despite strident calls by Ward 6 Council member Tommy Wells for the heads of Paul A. Quander Jr. and Kenneth B. Ellerbe, Mayor Vincent C. Gray said that’s not happening.
Catherine M. Hudgins, a member of the board of supervisors in Fairfax County, Va., will be among several women honored at an awards breakfast sponsored by the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials.
The Washington Informer newspaper and the National Cherry Blossom Festival announced Tuesday that for the first time, the Informer will serve as one of the prestigious festival's media partners, supporting the historic celebration of Japan's gift of cherry trees to ...
The D.C. Council approved a bill Tuesday to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana in the city.
March came in like a lion — four lions, to be exact.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray signed into law infrastructure legislation to creating a public-private partnership to bury overhead primary power lines, in an attempt to improve electric service reliability.
Old Man Winter has once again flexed his muscle.
A brutal, seemingly never-ending winter is projected to slam the D.C. region with yet another round of significant snowfall, as a massive storm converging on the East Coast threatens to drop nearly a foot of snow by Monday evening.