MGM National Harbor announced Thursday that it has named nationally-regarded architectural, engineering and construction management firm McKissack & McKissack as project manager for the development of the company’s planned destination resort in Prince George's County, Md.
People who work for U.S. senators, representatives, committees and the support staff on Capitol Hill generally do not have time to go out into the District because they are working long hours helping to conduct the nation's business. A few ...
Two years ago, when his six-year-old son Miles said he wanted to play full-contact football, Bruce Lancaster faced a difficult decision. Miles' alternative to football came in the form of an uncommon sport in Prince George's County: Lacrosse.
Harry Wingo, a District native with an impressive academic and professional background, will be the new president and chief executive officer of the D.C. Chamber of Commerce, the Chamber announced Tuesday.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray joined members of the D.C. Public Library board of trustees on Tuesday to announce the selection of a District and Dutch architectural team to renovate the historic Martin Luther King Jr. Library in Northwest.
The D.C. metropolitan area, along with much of the East Coast, was slammed by a powerful winter storm that brought substantial amounts of snowfall, the likes of which not seen since 2010's "Snowmageddon." And it may not be finished.
District residents and elected officials are still at a loss as to why firefighters from the Engine 15 station house neglected to help a critically ill man last month.
Simone Dinnerstein has been playing the piano practically all her life. But it hasn't always been as easy as the native New Yorker made it seem during a recent visit to W. B. Patterson Elementary School in Southeast, where she ...
Yet another winter storm is bearing down on the D.C. region — and forecasters say it could be the biggest to hit in four years.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray announced Wednesday the winners of the second annual Sustainable DC Innovation Challenge, a grant competition among District agencies to test forward-thinking sustainability initiatives.
More than two dozen blushing couples will take a break from winter's chill Friday to follow cupid's romantic arrow straight to D.C. Superior Court to tie the knot.
The family of Medric Cecil Mills Jr. and their attorneys are calling for the firing of firefighters and D.C. Fire and Emergency Management personnel who refused to help when Mills suffered a medical emergency and subsequently died.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray and D.C. Child and Family Services Agency Director Brenda Donald accepted Thursday a $10,000 donation from private donors Timothy M. and Julianna Chapman to benefit District children and youth in foster care.
Alexandria, Va.'s low- and moderate-income families, seniors, and individuals with special needs struggling to find affordable housing to rent or purchase will be significantly supported in their efforts through the city council’s recently approved Housing Master Plan.
State and local leaders in Maryland are bracing for a springtime decision from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) on the fate of the proposed $2.2 billion Purple Line.