A stroll through Northern Virginia's Old Town Alexandria often entails a walk along the waterfront, a historic tour along the uneven brick sidewalks or a visit to a nearby cafe. And if you're lucky, a run-in with Miss United States.
The Gray administration has tapped Janice Posey, an economic development consultant, to spend a year talking to health care and educational leaders about their long-term growth needs.
Nopa Kitchen and Bar, a new Penn Quarter spot from restaurateur Ashok Bajaj, will open in early May.
The pedestrian restrictions near the White House have been lifted.
The memorial run took place one week after deadly bombings at the Boston Marathon shook the country.
Nicaraguan authorities detain US man wanted in child porn case, on FBI's 10 most-wanted list
Allen Lew, a top official in Mayor Vincent Gray's administration, said a plan is in the works for a deal with D.C. United to build a new stadium for the team on Buzzard Point in Southwest D.C.
Nearly 2,900 people vote early for DC special election; another 3,100 turn in absentee ballots
Officials in Washington are beginning their annual, monthlong campaign to fill in potholes.
The distracted Metrobus driver didn't notice the light had turned red, and had to stop quickly as he approached pedestrians in a downtown crosswalk.
D.C. officials have pesky potholes in their sights.
Man charged with sending ricin-laced letters to president, senator back in court Monday
A marathon is supposed to end with smiles, maybe tears of joy and certainly exhaustion. It is not supposed to end with carnage and blood on the streets. The horror that struck Boston last week makes some of us wonder: Could it happen here, too?
When Kristi Mangan saw a picture of her sister kissing someone this spring, she wondered who the mystery person was.
Dan Tangherlini, acting administrator of the General Services Administration, has proposed trading the District's J. Edgar Hoover Building for a new FBI headquarters campus, and received 35 responses last month from interested parties.
A car collided with a Metrobus in Northwest D.C. Sunday morning, injuring six people.
DC budget autonomy referendum all but certain to pass, but 'nobody knows' what happens next
The District Department of Transportation has reopened the South Capitol Street Bridge, also known as the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge. The swing span was opened this morning for as a test, but they could not close it after.
Metro's spring break is over. Track work will affect travel on all five rail lines this weekend following a four-week reprieve. And the annual IMF meetings will close roads in the District.
Officials say the firm that provides health care to Medicaid recipients in the District of Columbia may owe $85 million to the city's doctors, clinics and hospitals.