A deal struck in 2004 to set aside funding for the Nationals ballpark neighborhood -- in order to get the needed votes to build the stadium -- is in jeopardy, and D.C. activists aren't too thrilled.
In Maryland, former Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson has pleaded guilty to two federal charges he faces in connection with a pay-to-play corruption scandal involving developers.
Former Prince Georges County Executive Jack Johnson, accused of corruption by the federal government in 2010, has reached an agreement with prosecutors.
With the clock ticking to pass a balanced budget, members of the D.C. Council held a closed-door meeting to hash out their priorities for next year's spending plan.
Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker has nominated Acting Police Chief Mark Magaw to permanently take the job as county police chief.
In Virginia, members of the Alexandria City Council are on the verge of dramatically reshaping the waterfront for the next 20 years in a vote scheduled for Saturday.
In the District, the former chair of the Vincent Gray mayoral campaign says she never paid former mayoral candidate Sulaimon Brown any cash or played a role in his hiring with new administration.
In announcing this hearing, this committee also brought up the possibility of bringing back a control board, which oversaw city finance from 1995 to 2001.
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