Maryland and Delaware poultry farmers are expected to see a spike in revenue from their supply of unwanted chicken parts.
Bicycle commuters aren't immune from increased travel costs, as Capital Bikeshare has opted to raise the prices and hourly rates for short-term memberships.
Officials are unveiling a $33 million newly renovated building - a complex they say will introduce a greener life to its residents.
Alexandria residents experienced some mock worst-case scenarios to ease any concerns about the city's emergency response plans that may have been affected by the Department of Defense's new building.
Congressional redistricting in Maryland sparked fireworks in the Maryland General Assembly, but the issue will pale in comparison to what is looming.
Spooky hands, Poe with few props and Boo at the Zoo.
In this month's D.C. Gigs, Occasions Caterer's Assistant General Manager Paul Varga talks about the joys of working some of the hottest parties in town.
Is locally-grown food really fresher, greener and better than stuff shipped from far away? The reality behind the assumption presents a locavore's dilemma.
All members of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors are up for reelection next month, and campaign finance documents show that many are vying for influence.
The extension of Watkins Mill Road in Gaithersburg isn't particularly remarkable in and of itself, but the inclusion of private funding makes it a trail blazer for Montgomery County.
Two parents in Prince William County pleaded guilty after they were discovered to have barricaded their children in a room by nailing drywall across the door.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray is seeking $15 million of federal disaster funds to go towards the repairs of the National Cathedral, which was damaged in the August earthquake.
In a new report, Maryland came in 10th in the nation in energy efficiency, besting both D.C. and Virginia by virtue of of the 2008 Empower Maryland Act.
A popular personal trainer from NW D.C. was killed Wednesday morning after being struck by a falling tree branch.
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