Local business leaders are meeting at the Greater Washington Board of Trade to go over the potential impact of a federal government shutdown.
Maryland House Republicans will be outlining plans to make deeper spending cuts in the state budget Tuesday afternoon.
Researchers from the University of Virginia say 24.2 percent of Virginians earn less than the amount needed to cover basic expenses.
Shoppers in Baltimore, Md., will soon have another way to pay at local businesses.
In Maryland, supporters of raising the state's alcohol tax 10 cents per drink are optimistic they will be successful this year in Annapolis.
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.
County Executive Anthony Griffin is calling for another year without pay raises for county employees.
In Virginia Tuesday morning, Fairfax's county executive gave residents their first look at the county's proposed budget for the coming fiscal year.
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