Rochester-based Wegmans plans 10 new supermarkets in 5 states; upgrades continue in New York
National Archives to host September opening of DC Fashion Week with 'signature styles' exhibit
A man is in police custody after he smashed an SUV into a McDonald's drive-thru early Tuesday.
A new mixed-use project planned in Northwest D.C. may be the perfect solution to the late-night munchies.
From the world of 'there must be a holiday for that,' it's National Chicken Wing Day and National Lasagna Day.
Temperatures are extreme now -- and a National Weather Service meteorologist weighs in on what that could mean for the winter.
Lawyers for Blackwater security guards accuse government of suppressing trial evidence
Are you traveling this summer? Keep in mind scammers may try to prey on you during your hotel stay in creative ways, according to Consumer Reports.
A Takoma Park, Maryland man is charged with three counts of armed robbery after allegedly robbing three banks using a fake, foil-wrapped bomb.
After a decade of hiding his disfigured face, Richard Norris -- who received complex face transplant surgeries in Maryland in 2012 -- shows off his new appearance on the pages of of GQ magazine.
A Montgomery County Council committee is staying out of the turf war over access to soccer fields at Montgomery County schools. The council's education committee voted to let the school system move ahead on a construction bid for a field at Winston Churchill High School while a lawsuit over access to school fields plays out.
Judge dismisses involuntary manslaughter charge against Virginia teen in fatal crash
A new social media trend is revolving around what identifies a city and it's the hottest hashtag in the D.C. area, too.
Delaware shop owner loses First Amendment fight with town over decor
Smithsonian teaming with Newport foundation to held preserve animal DNA using cryogenics
Police arrest Glen Burnie man after 2 pounds of pot discovered in shed
Presidents of George Washington U, University of Maryland to testify on Corcoran merger plan
Facing intense criticism, the Montgomery County Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to overhaul its spending and reimbursement policy.
Md.'s Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum offers last boater safety course of the summer
Thunderstorms laced with lightning regularly roll through the D.C. area in the warm summer months. And when thunder is booming and lightning is flashing, the safest place is indoors. But there are lightning risks inside the sturdiest building and a car or truck can provide fairly safe shelter outdoors.
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