Arlington officials approve $2 million in upgrades to Virginia Highlands Park
The brand is expanding its presence in the D.C. area with a new showroom in Arlington, and the company wants you to consider one if its flashy cars for your commute.
Philanthropist gives $12.3 million to help restore Robert E. Lee's home at Arlington cemetery
Commander says workers to begin returning in Feb. to Navy Yard building where 12 were slain
A new report is aiming to get teen drivers behind safer, affordable used vehicles.
Unaccompanied minors find solace, math and other services at US schools
Clark Realty Capital's 10th Street Flats, a proposed 150,000-square-foot mixed-use project planned for Clarendon, is on the Arlington Board's next agenda and appears likely to win approval.
It's taken almost two years, but Willow chef/owner Tracy O'Grady and pastry chef/owner Kate Jansen think they've nearly perfected their gluten-free bread.
The Germans perfected the beer garden. The Westover Beer Garden will pay homage to those roots by giving its second location a German name.
Fixing 176 area bridges that are in structural disrepair could take longer than expected, according to a new report.
A new rapid busway is set to open next month that will give Arlington and Alexander commuters an alternate to driving U.S. Route 1. Meanwhile Arlington continues to defends its planned Columbia Pike streetcar line.
A scam that surfaced in Arlington County earlier this year and has now popped up in Prince George's County.
Two candidates are set to square off in an Aug. 19 special election for a House of Delegates seat to replace retiring Democratic Del. Robert H. Brink.
More travelers are deciding to bring their pets along with them on summer vacation. And although the idea of flying with a pet can be daunting, these experts offer tips.
A man took all his clothes off in a pizza place on Saturday evening, before leading the police on a chase on foot and in a car before he was tazed and arrested.
Cafe Assorti will reopen as Bistro 360, a restaurant, wine bar and gourmet market.
"If I could get my hands on them I would shred them," the woman tells WTOP.
We're getting a closer look at what a redeveloped Ballston Common Mall will look like, complete with a 393-unit residential tower, street-facing retail and pedestrian plaza.
As severe summer storms move through the area, there's a chance insurance claims will be filed because of home damage. If Mother Nature's fury sends a tree limb crashing, those limbs and holes needed moved or patched.
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