Washington Business Journal
Artfully Chocolate will close its Logan Circle storefront, its owner said via e-mail blast.
The Maryland Health Care Commission is recommending that state law tighten oversight of hospitals that perform cardiac stent surgeries
Months after Virginia and dozens of other states banned synthetic marijuana, the product known as "spice" is back.
The bidding war's about to kick off for Georgetown's West Heating Plant, one of several newly declared excess properties that the federal government is trying to shed to trim down its bloated real estate portfolio.
Pottery Barn at the Chevy Chase Pavilion is closing.
The Lime Fresh Mexican Grill slated for 2900 Wilson Blvd. is shooting for a January opening.
D.C. is looking at a $45 million surplus for the current fiscal year before the numbers turn negative in the face of uncertainty over the federal budget, according to new revenue estimates generated by Chief Financial Officer Natwar Gandhi
Riverdale Park Mayor Vernon Archer said the town's concerns include the location of a Whole Foods parking lot.
At least two key leadership changes are coming at Hopkins.
Rockville-based Federal Realty Investment Trust (NYSE:FRT) has struck a deal with Miami-based electric vehicle charger company Car Charging Group Inc. to install electric vehicle charging stations at Federal Realty retail sites nationwide.
Development projects in the neighborhood near Nationals Park and the Navy Yards have sprung back to life after lying dormant during the recession, The Washington Post reported. Among the projects showing renewed life is The Yards, a redevelopment of former Navy Yard land by Forest City Washington and MacFarlane Partners.