The Federal City Council is developing a new initiative to contribute to the restoration and increased use of the Anacostia River Watershed in the District and Maryland.
Howard University celebrated homecoming week, but the famed school in Northwest Washington received a black eye after violence erupted at one of its pregame concerts, leaving several people injured including two Metropolitan Police Department police officers.
The first new facility in the rebuilding of the St. Eiizabeths East campus opened up to great fanfare recently with dozens of city officials and Ward 8 residents attending.
Sheila Stewart, a longtime radio personality in D.C., was killed in a car accident in Atlanta Thursday morning, according to several news outlets.
Millions of dollars in funding could be made available to small business owners in Prince George’s County under a proposed plan that would expand the county’s Economic Development Incentive fund.
A coalition of agencies in Prince George’s County government are partnering to launch a campaign to raise awareness about domestic violence with a special hotline aimed at giving resources to county residents in need of help.
With the professional landscape of the country lacking in the number of women and other minorities in power positions, Sheryl Sandberg, a chief operating officer for social media front-runner Facebook, opted during a recent discussion with an audience of Howard ...
The District of Columbia scored a significant but temporary victory last week when the Obama administration and Congress freed up the city's local funds and agreed to allow city officials to spend its revenue unfettered for fiscal year 2014.
The D.C. branch of the NAACP will celebrate its 100th anniversary with a Centennial Freedom Fund Dinner on Nov. 7 at the Washington Hilton in Northwest D.C.
Chrislyn Patillo has been selected to represent D.C. as one of 50 semifinalists representing each state in America for the first-ever nationwide Halloween costume competition hosted by the Hub Network, a destination for children and their families.
The Department of State's Washington Passport Agency will move its operations on Friday, Oct. 25, from 1111 19th Street NW to 600 19th Street NW.
Three developers hoping to snag a coveted gambling license to build a half billion-dollar casino in Prince George's County have begun make their closing remarks in front of a Maryland gaming commission this week.
Twenty women from the Washington, D.C. area currently battling breast cancer attended an afternoon of pampering, support and celebration at Redskins Park in Ashburn, Va.
Dreary weather failed to deter nearly 200 people who donned raincoats and galoshes from participating in the annual Ward Eight Council Against Domestic Violence 3K walkathon.
Dr. Ron Walters would have been right at home at a two-day conference marking the official launch of the Ronald W. Walters Leadership & Public Policy Center at Howard University.