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The first stretch of the Intercounty Connector in Maryland is now open.
County Executive Anthony Griffin is calling for another year without pay raises for county employees.
Council Member Tommy Wells seeks a closer look at government-issued vehicles after reports unveiled that the D.C. Council chair was leased two luxury SUVs.
Experts in Loudoun County, Va., say there are some obvious red flags to watch for when trying to buy a home.
So far, more than 24,000 cars have taken a ride on the ICC in Maryland Wednesday, the first day the new highway is open for traffic.
Steel, Freedom, Earth, Wind & Fire.
Police in Montgomery County, Md., are still trying to return thousands of dollars in stolen goods following a string of burglaries in Gaithersburg, Germantown and Montgomery Village.
The release of new census data has set the politically-charged and often arcane task of redistricting in motion in states and localities across the country.
State lawmakers in Virginia are honoring Henrietta Lacks, a woman who launched a scientific revolution but never knew it.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray says the District will appeal an arbitrator's decision to reinstate the 75 teachers fired under former Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee in 2008.
A bill that would legalize same-sex marriage has passed one of its biggest hurdles in Annapolis.
In Baltimore, a new investigation reveals corruption within the police ranks.
Maryland is receiving a federal grant worth more than $900,000 to try to reduce childhood hunger.
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