Southeast Students Display Technological Talent

Pepco, Discovery Education and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington kicked off the Pepco STEM Club at the ARC Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus in Southeast on Friday.

Anita Bonds Wants Facebook Silver Alert

Anita Bonds said the well-being of the elderly remains a top priority, and she remains proactive in her approach to their safety and security.

Ward 8 Residents Grapple with Crime

More than 250 residents, young people, activists, police officers, clergy and businesspeople met at the Old Congress Heights School in Southeast to discuss the top causes of teen crime and violence and the solutions to these problems.

Giant Sinkhole Swallows Car in Prince George's County

A 12-inch water main break in Bladensburg on Tuesday morning caused a massive sinkhole that nearly swallowed a car whole as a family sat inside.

Redskins Donate $10K, Coats to Catholic Charities Archdiocese

The Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation partnered Thursday with the Kellar Family Foundation to present a $10,000 check to the Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Washington on Thursday morning at St. Francis Xavier Church in Southeast.

Millennials Lead 'Black Out' During MLK Holiday

Members of local philanthropic organization Capital Cause put Martin Luther King's ideas into action during a "Black Out" that took place earlier this week during the annual holiday commemorating the late civil rights leader's birth.

Biden Joins Bowser in Anacostia

A $2.6 billion Clean Rivers Project in Anacostia got the attention of the nation's second-highest office on Friday.

Pepco and Exelon Merger Meets Opposition

A proposed merger by utility companies Exelon and Pepco is being touted by officials of both companies as one that will benefit Pepco ratepayers, but a constellation of opponents has lined up to oppose the proposal.

Volunteers Honor MLK by Sprucing Up Park

Over 400 volunteers bundled in coats, gloves and scarves, ventured outside to part of the day laboring outside in Anacostia Park to make a place better for others as their day of service Martin Luther King Day.

Youth, Adults Discuss Policing Issues

Amid ongoing conversations about police officers' use of excessive force against young people of color, questions weigh heavily on the minds of both adolescents and adults about how teenagers can safely and effectively challenge the status quo.

Johns Hopkins Hosts Emotional MLK Commemoration

When it comes to celebrating and remembering Martin Luther King Jr., the Johns Hopkins University community certainly counts among those who routinely capture perfectly the legacy of the late civil rights icon.

D.C. Honors MLK with Annual Parade, Peace Walk

Hundreds of District area residents participated Monday in the 37th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Walk and Parade in commemoration of the slain civil rights leader.

Marion Barry's Son Expected to Turn Himself In for Bank Fracas

Marion Christopher Barry, the son of the former D.C. mayor, is expected to turn himself in to police by Wednesday after being accused a week ago of threatening an employee and destroying a surveillance camera at a bank in Northwest.

Tim Clark, Former McDuffie Staffer, Dies; Funeral Services Announced

Tim Clark, a former staffer for D.C. Council member Kenyan McDuffie, died Sunday of complications from an asthma attack.

Marion Barry's Son Accused of Threatening Bank Teller, Breaking Camera

Marion Christopher Barry, son of the late former D.C. mayor, is accused of threatening a teller and destroying a surveillance camera at a Northwest bank earlier this week.