D.C. nonprofit Bread for the City might be branching out into some fruitier food for the city with the opening of its new orchard in Maryland.
The Florida Civil Rights Association has filed a complaint against two Virginia State Troopers after an incident in Arlington.
Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) says the tax revenues deal that super committee Republicans put on the table this week was never a serious offer.
Alexandria is offering to house the maintenance yard for Arlington's planned streetcar line, provided it is extended for residents there as well.
Even as meaty holiday meals become the norm this month, there are some who are practicing the 'everything in moderation' mantra by opting to eat less meat.
While some businesses are suffering in this poor economy, there's one business that's booming: the coffee industry. Local coffee shops are thriving, as the demands for java continues to grow.
Beertown, a new theatrical production, involves both the performers and audience to act as moderators, voting items in and out of the town's time capsule.
In this week's trip around the region, we visit Northwest D.C.'s Foxhall Village and Virginia's Pimmit Hills.
Three directors of nonprofits in the District have been honored by the Meyers Foundation for their work in the community, replete with a $100,000 award.
Julien Modica, a candidate for the Virginia Senate seat being vacated by Jim Webb, is filing a suit to open the state's debates to candidates who don't currently meet the requirements.
Crimes against transgender people have lower rates of closure than for the general population, which prompted activists to call for measures to put an end to biased police attitudes.
Disciplinary procedures in Virginia schools are causing more problems than they solve, particularly for special needs and African-American students, according to a study.
A judge fined a group of six voting rights protestors who demonstrated with Mayor Gray in April $200 each.
Smuckers is recalling jars of peanut butter that were distributed to the D.C. area in recent weeks that may be contaminated with salmonella.
High lead levels in a bald eagle brought in to the Wildlife Center of Virginia have prompted calls for hunters to make changes to their hunting habits.
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