(Katherine Frey / The Washington Post)
When his widowed father wanted to sell the old family home, Ted Patch and his wife bought it for themselves.
(Joseph Victor Stefanchik / For The Washington Post)
He had 800 machines and a dream. Two museums later, he’s selling out. And promising no more. Maybe.
Tudor Hall evokes spirited elegance of pre-Civil War times.
A broken water main promises to impact Friday morning commute on Route 1.
(Patrick Semansky / AP)
Del. Dereck E. Davis said Larry Hogan should donate the $80,000 he “pocketed” to charity.
Police: Clinton man wanted in a fatal crash has turned himself in.
Donna St. George
Suspensions have fallen nearly 37 percent as county school officials look for other disciplinary approaches.
Rhode Island Avenue near Crittenden Street shut down after water main break Thursday afternoon.
Montgomery County cabbies are set to join a national labor union, joining a rapidly spreading movement in the taxi industry to unionize in an effort to have a voice in a changing industry and fight app-base companies like Uber.
The victim was found in his Prince George’s County home. Authorities say the incident may be drug-related.