In Virginia, the announcement by veteran State Sen. William Wampler that he will not seek re-election is yet another sign that the General Assembly will change significantly after November’s elections.
Tolls on the Bay Bridge, Baltimore Tunnels, and other roads in Maryland could increase by Oct. 1, if a plan accepted yesterday by the Maryland Transportation Authority receives final approval later this summer.
Washington Post columnist Robert McCartney gives an analysis on the Dulles Metrorail extension in Northern Virginia and the precarious state of funding for the construction of a new Department of Homeland Security Headquarters.
Thousands of gays in the metro D.C. area are beginning to celebrate Capital Pride, two weeks of events that include parties, a parade, and a street festival. But many groups also use the occasion to look at serious LGBT issues.
There were tears, some happy memories, fervent prayer, and voices raised in song at a vigil held in D.C. Thursday for Isaiah Harris, the 15-year-old that was killed in a shooting in Northwest D.C. this week.
State employees who've always thought they had the perfect idea to improve Virginia's government now have the ear of the Governor, and the employee with the best idea will get more than a penny for his or her thoughts.
Endocrine disruptors – chemicals that mimic hormones – come from pharmaceuticals and detergents that degrade in the water. They've been linked to intersex fish in the Potomac, but it's not known if they're affecting people.
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