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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.
A newly passed piece of legislation makes Delaware the 11th state in the country to allow same sex couples to marry.
Food truck owners in Arlington are hoping to stay longer and later to serve their customers.
D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton is accusing federal contractors of costing taxpayers money by paying many employees low wages.
The Transportation Department has decided to keep 149 control towers, including some in Maryland and Virginia, open longer than originally planned.
Regulators will be holding a public hearing on June 18 to allow Dominion customers a chance to weigh in on the possible rate hike.
Council members are proposing rules to limit food truck operating hours and create a lottery to dole out the most coveted parking spots.
A community group's efforts to stop the closure of 15 D.C. public schools were received with skepticism from a federal judge.
Montgomery County will be accepting unwanted guns and bullets on Saturday.
Silver Spring may have sprung, but Montgomery County officials still want to find ways to attract and retain more nighttime crowds in various commercial destinations.
David Hawkings, at Hawkings Here for Roll Call, talks the latest in Obama's nomination for Thomas Perez as labor secretary.
The body of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, one of the suspected Boston Marathon bombers, has been buried in a Muslim cemetery in central Virginia.
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