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Almost two months after the derecho ripped through the region leaving more than one million customers without power, an investigation by regulators into how utilities handled the storm is moving into a new phase.
As the Prince George's County's Board of Education looks for a new leader, the school system's newly-named interim superintendent is doing his best to reassure parents and teachers.
For couples in love and preparing to marry, the routine usually goes like this: Get engagement photos taken, then wedding photos. But more and more photographers are being hired to do something extra special in between.
Casa de Maryland will hold these workshops from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesdays and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays to help people apply for the renewable, two-year visas.
Two girls raised more than $3,000 to help a 12- year-old friend whose parents died in a murder- suicide. Now, they plan to take their fundraisers to two upcoming car shows.
A second victim has died from injuries sustained in a Capitol Heights house fire that occurred Wednesday.
Summertime is barbecue time, but before buying the meat, check the label. There could be some unwanted extras that no one knows about: salt.
A local brewery that lost power during the derecho is getting sweet revenge on Mother Nature with a new brew that the storm almost ruined.
A website that buys unused daily deals and resells them at an even lower prices has expanded to include local offers in the D.C. area.
The Charles County Health Department wants to hear from anyone who has lived in or stayed overnight at the Huntington Apartments in the St. Charles community since Jan. 1, 2012. A bat removed July 24 from an apartment tested positive for rabies.