A native Washingtonian with more than a decade of experience as an Urban League chief executive has been selected to head the organization's branch in the District.
Officials in Prince George's County are hoping the opening of a new discount store can help revitalize the Forestville Shopping Center.
A new biography about William H. Simons focuses on a legacy that has impacted scores of educators, students and parents.
A crowd of more than 40 that included Maryland state officials, civil rights leaders and students, recently gathered at the Nyumburu Cultural Center on the campus of University of Maryland, College Park to observe Maryland Emancipation Day.
Maryland officials will choose the winning bid to build a casino in Prince George's County on Dec. 20 — a long-awaited decision that will finally draw the lengthy and oft-contentious competition to a close.
Efforts to rebrand Prince George’s County as an upscale destination point in the region received a jolt this past week with the opening of the Tanger Outlets near National Harbor in Oxon Hill.
Earlier this fall, 29 University of Maryland, College Park students lined up inside of an RV van in Southeast to give the gift of life.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray, Deputy Mayor of Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) Victor L. Hoskins and Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) Director Michael P. Kelly announced Monday the investment of more than $187 million to produce and ...
The proposal by the District's election board to redraw voting boundaries has garnered strong opposition from advisory neighborhood commissioners, the elected officials who will be adversely affected by such a change.
Virginia, historical home to U.S. "Founding Fathers" George Washington and Thomas Jefferson who stressed values like freedom and independence, has the eighth highest jail incarceration rate in the nation.
The late Mike Malone’s adaptation of the celebrated gospel play “Black Nativity” opens at the Ellington Theatre on Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 7:30 p.m.
DC Health Link will hold a citywide fair on Saturday, Nov. 23 to help residents, small business owners and their employees enroll in health insurance plans that meet their needs and budgets.
Residents in Prince George's County will have a deluge of upscale establishments opening this week.
The D.C. Office on Aging announced Tuesday the release of the District's first-ever State Plan confronting Alzheimer's disease in conjunction with November, which is National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray is set to sign a bill that will allow the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue driver's licenses to undocumented residents.