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The Jaguars beat Suitland, 33-16, in the Maryland 4A state final behind sophomore quarterback Mark Pierce.
After overcoming slow starts to win their first 13 games of the season, the Rams can’t climb out of an early hole in the Maryland 4A final.
Rashad Cooper throws for three touchdowns, and the Warriors beat Friendship Collegiate for the DCSAA AA championship.
Rebecca Pearce will no longer lead the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange.
Temperatures continue their slide tonight and remain cold through Saturday, setting the stage for Sunday’s winter storm.
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Tributes to South African president will culminate Wednesday with service at National Cathedral.
Centreville defensive lineman Isaac Samuel has emerged in just his second year of football while overcoming several personal challenges, including living in a homeless family shelter.
Online enrollment has improved, but duplicate applications and other issues are triggering error messages.
The popular game at Blair, which some liken to tag, draws scrutiny in a time of new security awareness.
The former homeland secretary expressed doubt that the initiative can compare schools meaningfully.
Lanier says there’s now a “deep dive” on 2 officers’ histories to see if any warning signs were missed.
Former State Department employee and husband improperly funneled contract work to their business.
MGM would generate more state revenue than the rival proposals for a Parx or Hollywood casino.
Board chairman wants county to use unspent funds to improve county and school playing fields.
Bernard C. “Jack” Young is among 21 elected officials expected to announce their support Saturday.
Police say one of five raccoons collected recently has tested positive for canine distemper.
Completed in 1902, historical bank branch being sold by PNC Bank after closure.
Mrs. Boorstin was the stalwart collaborator of her late husband, historian Daniel J. Boorstin.
The board voted 9 to 3 to acquire the commercial office building and convert it into a school.
Proceeds from the tour help fund association events and local nonprofits.
State officials say next week’s report should reflect “robust” activity on the Web site in recent days.
Nelson Mandela’s South Africa offered lessons about the importance of human decency, social justice and the power of purpose.
Vincent C. Gray makes the comparison several times over the course of a day of tributes.
Advocates say the state program should be reformed so that more localities participate.
Share of AP exams with college -ready scores down most among black and Latino students in Montgomery
While there is the potential for a light accumulation of snow Sunday, our primary concern is ice and how long it might last into Sunday night especially north and west of the city.
The NWS forecast is consistent with ours: 1-2 inches of snow and sleet, followed by a period of freezing rain and, ultimately, rain by Monday morning.
Timothy D. Sands, an engineering professor, will become Virginia Tech’s president in June.
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The records of how Brian Lamb helped create, and then grow, C-SPAN will be housed in GMU’s library.
Kids write the darndest things in camp letters. Send in photos of your children's best letters.
Lisa M. Mallory will lead the city’s leading real-estate development trade group.
When the call came, a boy from Clinton, Md., was ready to accept the gift of a new kidney.
COLUMN | District mayor should take responsibility for failures in previous campaign as he seeks reelection.
The District will consider a bill to increase hourly pay, and the rest of the country should follow suit.
COLUMN | Plan for bus rapid transit is feel-good aspiration rather than a realistic blueprint to fix traffic woes.
Retail giant’s registers ring up their first sales in the District after development delays and months of debate over wages.
Gray has announced he will seek a second term, entering a crowded mayoral field.
In Prince William County, a largely forgotten grave site has been dug up to make way for a high school football field.
Costumed “Star Wars” reenactors promote a science-fiction museum.
The National Zoo celebrated the giant panda cub’s first 100 days of life by revealing the results of an online vote to name her.
In Virginia, officials are organizing shotgun and archery hunts to cull a growing population blamed for habitat destruction.
In a deposition, Matt Fuqua raised questions about his sister’s claim that she bought a Renoir painting at a flea market.
President Obama helps pack bags of food for the needy at the Capital Area Food Bank.
From waterfronts to monuments, Post photographers share their favorite D.C. spots.
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