The Capital Press Club hosted a panel Thursday in downtown D.C. to honor the memory of Muhammad Ali, as a room filled with writers, photographers and eager listeners heard firsthand accounts of the legendary boxer and the things he did ...
Thousands of Metrorail riders felt the pinch Monday, the first workday during Metro's massive SafeTrack rehabilitation plan.
A group of local pastors and residents recently hit the streets near the Minnesota Avenue Metro station in southeast D.C., talking to teens and residents about the growing violence in Wards 7 and 8.
The first weekday of Metro's SafeTrack plan to refurbish and rehabilitate the transit agency's rail system had a few minor inconveniences Monday but largely was without incident, agency officials said.
Metro's nearly-yearlong SafeTrack rehabilitation project began Saturday on the Orange and Silver lines for single-track work between the East Falls Church and Ballston stations expected to last through June 16.
Metro's 15-project SafeTrack plan to repair its rail stations will cost an estimated $60 million, the transit agency's general manager said Friday.
A newly-released review of the Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program shows that 13,969 youth between the ages of 14 and 24 participated in the program last summer, with expenditures totaling $19.3 million.
When Metro initiates its yearlong rehabilitation shutdown on June 4 at midnight, thousands of D.C., Virginia and Maryland residents who work or socialize after hours will have to look elsewhere for public transportation.
Not even the cries of teenagers and young adults eager to have their questions addressed could compel Ward 8 D.C. Council member LaRuby May to stay through an entire public campaign event.
Metro officials made two huge announcements last week, releasing a final version of a nearly yearlong list of projects that will shut down sections of the rail system and firing 20 supervisors.
Metro held a Youth Empowerment Summit Saturday at its headquarters in northwest D.C., where roughly two dozen adolescents and young adults addressed recent youth-involved violent incidents plaguing the second-busiest transit system in the nation.
Food took center stage in downtown D.C. this week during two events that aimed to increase awareness of hunger and identify solutions to food waste.
The victims and affected families of a two-day shooting spree in Montgomery and Prince George's counties earlier this month received a helping hand Thursday in the form of a $6,000 gift from several local organizations, including a victims-advocacy group.
One native Washingtonian comes from a long line of selfless people with a big hearts: Her parents were foster parents, and now her children have joined her in a journey to help the District's most vulnerable.
In Washington, several telephone numbers have landed in a brand-new hall of shame.