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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.
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The District government has extended the public comment period on D.C.'s extensive new building codes through Feb. 22.
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Standing on a narrow, suspended metal walkway below the surface of the Frederick Douglass Bridge, D.C. Department of Transportation Chief Engineer Ronaldo Nicholson explains the structure is both "functionally obsolete and structurally obsolete."
The more than 27,000 hotel rooms in D.C. are occupied more often than not, but for some reason — or, more likely, for a number of reasons — the hotels themselves aren't benefiting in terms of revenue.
D.C. had the highest percentage of people moving in, while New Jersey saw the most people move out.
Washington and Baltimore are two of the drunkest cities in the nation, according to a new list from The Daily Beast.
New Year's Eve fireworks displays are planned for cities around the mid-Atlantic region.
Delaware State Police say they've charged a man with driving under the influence of alcohol after he struck a Norfolk Southern train in Bear.
U.S. Attorney Ronald Machen says he is temporarily moving out of the nation's capital and returning to his home in Silver Spring, Md.