Washington Business Journal
It looks like Fairfax-based MainStreet Bank is in for a fight.
Harris Teeter Inc. has signed a 20-year lease for a 50,000-square-foot store in Bethesda at 8300 Wisconsin Ave.
The St. Regis Washington, D.C. has completely revamped its bar and lobby area to look like an old-school English club.
Maryland casino revenue decreased 2 percent in January, with Hollywood Casino Perryville figures continuing to slide.
The General Services Administration is eyeing a long, drab but well traveled D.C. block for a series of pedestrian-friendly upgrades.
Loudoun County's newest brewery will be a family affair. Chris Burns and his wife, with his father Graham Burns and mother Mary, expect to launch Old Ox Brewery later this year from an Ashburn industrial space.
The D.C. tax office has released its lien against Georgetown Cupcake less than 24 hours after it filed over nearly $190,000 in unpaid sales taxes.
Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker said the county is expecting a $152.2 million shortfall as officials plan the fiscal 2014 budget.
Here's another sign that angel clubs are again picking up momentum: Meet Georgetown Alumni Angels, founded by Joshua Siegel and Andrew Romans.
Loudoun County could wind up losing $6 million a year if it is unfortunate enough to win one of the region’s most highly sought-after federal agencies.
Food Network reality show "Sweet Genius" last week named Bowie resident Tamarra Thomas the winning contestant on the show, a competition where chefs battle it out to create desserts in timed challenges with surprise ingredients/
An investigation into a weekend shooting at a Northeast D.C. club has led authorities to probe a broader question: whether some establishments in the city are using catering companies to skirt liquor licensing laws and operate as bars under the District's radar.
The Travel Leaders Group ranks airports in Atlanta and Charlotte as the best for connecting flights, based on surveys with member travel agents.
STK, a steakhouse geared toward female customers, is opening its first restaurant in Washington.
Chicago-based Roti Mediterranean Grill continues its Washington expansion, opening a restaurant in Bethesda in March.
A construction project intended to reduce traffic congestion around George Mason University's Fairfax Campus has begun — and is likely to snarl traffic.
The District's top 25 delinquent taxpayers, a collection of individuals and businesses from D.C. to Illinois to South Carolina to Paris, owe more than $3.25 million, the D.C. tax office reports.
The D.C.-based subcontractor behind the District's controversial 2009 lottery procurement has been told it will not be allowed to compete for a separate, lucrative lottery deal.
Chicago-based Protein Bar, whose light fare menu includes high-protein drinks, chili, soups, salads and its signature, low calorie Bar-ritos, is opening a second Washington location in Ballston this week.
The National Park Service is trying to move quickly in awarding a new contract for the waterfront space currently housed by Jack's Boathouse.
The Loudoun County Department of Economic Development announced on Tuesday that Leesburg's Lost Creek Vineyards and Winery was sold for $2.3 million to Hampton Roads Holdings Inc. by owners Bob and Carol Hauck.
It's not a new headquarters, but the FBI is looking to build something in Prince William County: A firing range.
After more than eight decades, Tally Ho Theatre is seeking a rebirth.
Loudoun County is considering the possibility of closing the doors on Lincoln Elementary, but dozens of members of the community won't let it go away quietly.
The D.C. Taxicab Commission, abandoning the effort for a standardize citywide smart meter, instead will issue regulations this week requiring all District taxis to accept credit cards by March 30.
Montgomery County's inspector general issued a report on Friday urging the county to be more diligent in challenging commercial property assessments conducted by the state, some of which appear to be unusually low.
The District government has extended the public comment period on D.C.'s extensive new building codes through Feb. 22.
Houses and apartments in Logan Circle and Dupont Circle were on the market an average of just 22 days before being sold in December, the fastest-selling neighborhoods in D.C. last month.
A company founded by Tareq Salahi, the White House party crasher and Virginia gubernatorial hopeful, owes RMA Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation $34,000, the company claims.