Two days after the shooting at Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, South Carolina, hundreds stood with candles in hand vigil at the African American Civil War Memorial in Northwest as they honored the lives of the group now known as ...
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has been elected as a member of the advisory board for a nationwide group of mayors advocating policies that benefit cities.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday afternoon that he has been diagnosed with a "very advanced" cancer of the lymph nodes, requiring immediate and aggressive treatment he said will slow him but not force him to leave office.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser joined city residents Friday for the 150th anniversary of Juneteenth, the observance of the emancipation of the nation's last slaves.
Not many residents seemed all that interested. At least that’s the way Alexandria Mayor Bill Euille summed up his primary election defeat to Vice Mayor Allison Silberberg this month.
In the past month or so, the number of D.C. residents overdosing or being affected by synthetic marijuana has spiked, prompting D.C. city officials and law enforcement to ratchet up their response.
More than 170 people received free medical and dental care, health screenings, foot washings, spiritual care and other services at a launch event in Southeast.
DC Water announced Friday the winners of the second phase of its Green Infrastructure Challenge, a competition designed to support the agency's plan to incorporate green infrastructure as a way to capture stormwater and prevent combined sewer overflows.
PM Pediatrics, one of the nation's largest providers of pediatric urgent care, will open its first Washington-area location at the Greenway Shopping Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.
A select group of male students converged on the library at Ballou Senior High School last week for the annual Men's Day program to hear tales of overcoming adversity and achieving success.
George Haley, a Silver Spring, Maryland, resident and the brother of famed author Alex Haley, died earlier this month. He was 89.
In what might have once only been described as a dream scenario, there's one place in the District where an individual now can visit a dentist, OB/GYN, foot doctor or family and pediatric physician while also enjoying educational and recreational ...
The Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington hosted Sunday the 33rd Annual RAMMY Awards Gala at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, honoring and celebrating world-renowned chefs and restauranteurs who call the District home.
Tears flowed as mourners passed by while the Living Word Church choir sang "Jesus" over the still body of Charnise Milton, 27, a young, up-and-coming journalist killed by a stray bullet while standing at a bus stop in Southeast.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, fresh off launching the city's summer pool season, also announced that all parks and recreation centers will be equipped with free broadband and Wi-Fi.