Downplaying suggestions that a strike is imminent, the union said, “It is not our intention to disrupt [Tuesday's] MLB All-Star game." An arbitrator is set to rule soon on the agency’s labor contract, and the union said its leadership would meet with Metro on Tuesday.
They want to know why city officials did not use cellphone or landline phone alerts to directly reach the public last week, leaving many unaware of potential danger in the drinking supply on Friday morning.
City transportation officials said they will widen a sidewalk and improve the bike lane on M Street NW, near the intersection with New Hampshire Avenue, where a cyclist was killed.
Clergy members chant during a rally in Columbia Heights. (Arelis Hernandez/The Post)
Clergy members chant during a rally in Columbia Heights. (Arelis Hernandez/The Post)
Advocates said the arrests are unusual in Washington, a sanctuary city that prides itself on protecting undocumented residents and discourages police cooperation with federal immigration enforcement efforts.
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Montgomery County Board of Elections also says Democrat Floreen can run as a independent.

Philip Van Cleave draws criticism from supporters for unwitting role on satirical TV show.

The College Promise program was pushed by Democrats in the legislature earlier this year.

Hearing to consider merits of Prince George’s case is scheduled for next week.

Democrats are building their war chests after competitive primaries

Hogan set up trust in consultation with the state Board of Ethics; Jealous says he will divest from investment firm

Victim said he and his brother were attacked after they asked a group standing in a space to allow them to park there.

“It could have been a prankster, but it’s filtered out already,” said Brian Hall, a spokesman for the National Park Service.

Virginia activists launch effort to certify Alexandria businesses that pay at least $11.23 an hour.

His car left the road, hit a curb and flipped over, police said.

One victim is described by police as a juvenile.

The incident unfolded at the Lexington Market in Baltimore.

It has been a busy summer in D.C. sports. One more thing to add to the list: the home opener for the Washington Kastles.

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We received haikus, drawings and letters written in French. People took the time to tell us what had happened and when. In all, we received 43 letters.

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Three people transported to area hospital after fire in Virginia.

AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | The house includes hardwood floors in the living room and dining room, stainless-steel appliances and granite counters in the kitchen and a wall-to-wall carpet in the master bedroom suite.

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The mugginess is kicked out of town by a cold front plowing through the region Tuesday with likely storms.

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