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D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray added his to the cacophany of voices calling for Pepco to do a better job with power outages. He even floated the idea of burying power lines underground.
Looking to dispose of the waste Friday's storm dumped on your doorstep? Many area governments are helping residents with the clean up efforts.
While Montgomery County residents continue to struggle with a lack of power in many places, storm damage and missed financial opportunities have many area businesses reeling.
An emergency call for blood has gone out in the D.C. area, as the storm-damaged area infrastructure has slowed the flow of donations down to a trickle.
More than 1,200 crews are currently at work in Northern Virginia fixing the damage left by Friday night's storm, but progress is slow as many of the repairs can't simply be done with heavy equipment.
Pet owners who are still sans-power thanks to Friday night's derecho storm can bring their furry friends to a free cooling center in a boutique for dogs in Northern Virginia.
Thousands faced intense heat to witness the final round of the AT&T National Tournament in Bethesda.
The entire D.C. area is still cleaning up after a massive storm ripped through the region Friday night. Thousands are still without power and many public buildings are closed.
Ceramic art for your spices, Chesapeake Bay Watermen, and plenty of piano.