As a deal to build High Occupancy Toll lanes on I-95 in Virginia is nearly finalized, local lawmakers and residents aren't convinced that the project is a good idea.
It's an anti-Washington year, and that fact is being used against many Republicans presidential candidates.
More low-income women will be eligible for Medicaid family planning services in Maryland when a new law takes effect in the state next week.
Scientists say the huge sediment plume that formed in the Chesapeake Bay after Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee did not cause the widespread damage they had feared.
Drivers are seeing a 25-cent increase on the Dulles Toll Road beginning Jan. 1.
Delaware's high court has struck down state regulations requiring buffers around new development near the Inland Bays watershed.
Two professors from Johns Hopkins are proposing a new calendar in which dates would fall on the same days of the week every year.
Virginia Republican Congressman Rob Whitman and Maryland Democratic Congressman Chris Van Hollen look ahead to the political year that may be in 2012.
After three years of being closed, the ice rink at Rockville Town Center re-opens this weekend.
Some area hospitals are working hard to increase the amount of fresh, local food available to patients.
A new 5-cent fee on paper and plastic bags goes in to effect in Maryland's Montgomery County Jan. 1.
The D.C. area's SoberRide program has been working overtime to take drunk drivers off local roads during the holiday season.
A handful of Maryland toll bridges are getting an $11 million security upgrade.
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