Correction: Annapolis One Mile story
Arlington's 22201 ZIP code is the top area for "educated millennials" in the country, according to a new report.
Nike is among companies to end business relationships with ex-Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice
App aims to map sea level rise flooding hot spots in flood-prone Hampton Roads
National Museum of American History to reopen first phase of renovated galleries in 2015
Prosecutors rest in Ga. trial of peanut producers charged in deadly salmonella outbreak
Former Maryland governor's grandson arrested on 20 drug, theft charges
A man suspected of a knifepoint robbery on Columbia Pike was taken into custody early Wednesday morning.
James Rees, president of George Washington's Mount Vernon estate for 19 years, dies at 62
Correction: Triple Shooting-Hagerstown story
Rosa Parks' archive lent to Library of Congress by son of billionaire investor Warren Buffett
A former Colonial Heights building inspector faces charges of embezzling from the city.
Come the end of this month, U.S. Investigations Services LLC will lose its place on two contracts worth nearly $3 billion and supported by more than half its workforce. Can the Falls Church company survive?
US funding totaling $1.9 million headed to Va. to 2 health insurance navigators
Replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial set for Colonial Williamsburg installation in October
Naval Support Activity Annapolis to open new commissary
The Bethesda Row Arts Festival, which features artists and crafters of many types, is set for Saturday, Oct. 18 and Sunday, Oct. 19 on Woodmont Avenue, Bethesda Avenue and Elm Street.
The father of one of two children killed in Cheverly, Maryland tells WTOP he wants justice for his daughter's murder.
A bus carrying commuters caught fire and briefly closed the Inner Loop of the Capital Beltway at Kenilworth Avenue Wednesday morning, causing delays throughout the morning commuting hours.
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