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The 41-year-old from Takoma Park, Md., worked in international development and left behind a son.
William Harden leads Pocomoke City’s department after its first black chief was fired amid racism allegations.
Muriel E. Bowser said the city will shift resources to troubled corners and go after drug markets.
Franklin Savage says he faced a hostile work environment in the Eastern Shore’s “friendliest town.”
In a city where shootings are on the rise, one D.C. neighborhood’s residents calculate how to stay safe.
2015 Hurston/Wright Legacy Awards celebrate writers in the African diaspora
Honors came at gala for 25th anniversary of a foundation created in 1990 to encourage writers of African descent.
Justin Trudeau informed President Obama that he would make good on a campaign promise.
“In Sunday Dinner,” a “Savor the South” cookbook published by The University of North Carolina Press, author Bridgette A. Lacy writes beautifully about the tradition of Sunday dinners.
Thousands of D.C. residents are expected to attend Saturday’s Ward 7 Business and Community Festival, showcasing hundreds of vendors, food trucks, celebrities and local entertainment.