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Officials in Alexandria are taking a stand against expansion of a hazardous materials facility on the city's border with Fairfax County.
A seven-percent increase in residential property taxes will help pay for a new elementary school and improvements to the city's historic downtown.
A measure to allow the sale of hard liquor in Prince George's County was shot down in March, but a workgroup has been formed to try and reconcile the differences.
In a move that should surprise few who watch D.C. politics closely, the Ward 6 council member will formerly announce his candidacy for mayor this weekend.
Despite public awareness campaigns and parental admonishment, a new study finds that nearly half of high school students report texting while driving an automobile.
Supporters of a higher minimum wage for big box employees in the District rallied in front of the Wilson Building today, asking retailers to share the wealth.
Alexandria leaders are about to take a formal position against the expansion of operations at a hazardous materials facility.
The Virginia Anti-Shariah Task Force wants the body of Tamerlan Tsarnaev to be removed from the private Muslim cemetery he was buried in last week.
The victory comes with a $100,000 grant, which will help the National Cathedral pay for repairs to roughly $20 million worth of damage caused by the August 2011 earthquake.
Three different groups want to spend big money building Maryland's sixth casino, this one in Prince George's County.
An FBI agent in Stafford County has been charged with second-degree murder.
Baltimore will spend roughly $1 billion to transform dilapidated schools where students and staff endure leaky pipes, undrinkable water and inadequate heating and air conditioning.
The leader of the Richmond Tea Party says his group is among those targeted by the IRS over its status as a non-profit.
The county's first gun turn-in program brought in a total of 111 guns, loads of ammunition—and a grenade and a sword.
Revenue that Virginia officials were anticipating from online sales tax legislation is now in doubt.
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