Several families have been displaced by a three-alarm fire that damaged an apartment building in Anne Arundel County.
One of the world's greatest plays will come to Catholic University in late-March.
Maryland House of Delegates approves minimum wage increase
Alexandria police announced that three high-profile unsolved homicides spanning a 10-year period may be connected, and now, a former FBI profiler says that officials have the difficult task of figuring out what the three victim had in common and if the suspect is likely to strike again in the area.
Virginia regulators OK route for high-voltage transmission line over historic stretch of James
Car becomes airborne, crashes into tree near US Capitol; area streets closed
A Hagerstown dentist indicted last year on federal charges of trading drugs for child sex is facing additional charges in state court.
"The use of the 'R-word,' which is 'retarded,' is a derogatory word, a dehumanizing word," says Steve Hocker, president of Special Olympics District of Columbia.
The Navy says customers at its exchanges are giving them high marks for customer satisfaction.
Graphic art company Green Applications is planning to open a facility in Orange County, creating more than 320 jobs.
Md. House of Delegates passes needle exchange expansion in Baltimore
Staying overnight in a sub-200-square-foot subterranean hotel room without windows might not be most people's idea of the ideal D.C. vacation, but the notion could be the spark to turn Dupont Underground from dream to reality.
Montgomery County officials estimate that the county's 2010 Democratic primary might have cost as much as $9.6 million if a proposed public campaign financing system was in place.
The boil water advisory in Northwest D.C. has been lifted by DC Water.
Johns Hopkins University student names, contact info posted online after 'extortion' attempt
A Pennsylvania man has agreed to a $10,000 settlement of his lawsuit accusing Maryland State Police officers of roughing him up after he raced past a traffic stop on his motorcycle.
Pork producer Smithfield Foods' CEO says he was taken aback by some of the reactions when the Virginia-based company agreed to be acquired by a Chinese firm last year
The man considered the architect of a "shadow campaign" that helped finance Mayor Vincent Gray's 2010 mayor race is expected to be close to reaching a deal with prosecutors - just weeks before voters will decide whether Gray should have another round in the mayor's office.
The New York Times says the monocle will be the next big trend. But will it transfer to D.C.?
The $1 million winner of Wednesday's Powerball has yet to come forward after buying the winning ticket at a 7-Eleven in Springfield, Va.