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Residents on Branch Avenue await a decision on a federal office complex that could bring jobs and revenue.

Carla A. Reid, the first woman to lead Maryland’s largest water utility, had the backing of two key county leaders.

His unorthodox method of travel to and from the District involves three bikes, the Metro and a boat.

Three hearings in March replace the ones postponed after the blizzard.

The weather outlook is good for local travel, but be careful with those Sunday evening football parties. And check the Metrorail schedule.

Del. Alfred C. Carr Jr. (D) says the current $50 penalty is "punitive"

The National Park Service is studying how bike trails could become part of snow-clearing plans.

The snow has melted, leaving in its wake ... potholes.

Authorities warn drivers to slow down, use caution and allow extra time as region may see some light snow, rain in morning commute.

The fire was caused by trash, fire officials said.

Smile! You’re on camera — and a Metro Transit Police officer just may be watching you in real time.

U.S.-based competitor says a British company shouldn't be allowed to shuttle tourists around "America's Front Yard."

A House bill would put 80 percent of the FAA’s workers and a $40 billion project in corporate hands.

Lane closings near the University Boulevard interchange are scheduled to begin Sunday and last about a month.

The provision instructs the Department of Transportation's Inspector General to examine whether the airport authority is following recommendations to improve financial controls at the agency.

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