After slapping a 2-year-old with a littering fine, the same inspector has cited a resident of a Silver Spring nursing home. Her brother is furious.
Drizzle and patchy fog tonight. Sunday will offer some actual sunshine for the first time in a while.
His show helped introduce entertainers such as Bob Dylan, Arlo Guthrie and Joan Baez.
The old Ashburn Colored School building, which dates to 1892, was spray-painted with graffiti that covered three sides of the structure.
Lack of communication — under ordinary circumstances — really steams riders.
Mr. Reed was an ambassador, George H.W. Bush’s protocol chief and a longtime U.N. official.
Donte Crawford was acquitted of first-degree murder in the death of Ananias Jolley, 17, who was stabbed at school.
In tiny Seat Pleasant, Md., an indefatigable incumbent recruited a new slate of candidates when the sitting council wouldn’t give him his way.
The Oscar Mayer song was one of the country’s best-known advertising jingles for half a century.
The East Coast is not out of the woods yet.
By early week, the sun should make at least a brief reappearance.
October baseball is underway!
Alleged incident occurred in Montgomery County.
Incident centered at Foggy Bottom station, Metro officials say.
A roundup of news from the Washington region.
Noah’s Law was named after Montgomery County police officer Noah A. Leotta, who died after being hit by a drunk driver. The law is a measure that will expand the use of interlock ignitions on drunk drivers.
Maryland officials reached a settlement with the Total Wine & More executive over political gifts.
Attempts to preserve affordable housing have been a “huge failure,” an analyst said.
Rachel Cox was raped and stabbed a dozen times on New Year’s Eve of that year.
Federal prosecutors said they found “insufficient evidence” to prove “beyond a reasonable doubt” that the officer used excessive force in shooting of man armed with a butcher knife.
All lanes of the Beltway’s inner loop were blocked Friday because of a crash.