Ocean City, Md. is undertaking a nationwide search to find the next city manager for the popular coastal resort town.
Federal budget cuts imposed by President Obama could have a disproportionate effect on the D.C. travel and hospitality industries.
Despite continuing economic woes, tourism in the state of Virginia was actually up almost seven percent in 2010, creating jobs and bolstering badly-needed tax revenue.
The yellow and blue lines will face delays this weekend as Metro performs routine inspections on the Potomac River bridge.
United Airlines Flight 586, carrying Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, was evacuated on Wednesday after engine problems caused smoke to be detected in the cabin.
Holiday travelers in the D.C. area can expect the usual bustle that come with Labor Day weekend, but transportation analysts do expect a few more people to simply stay home this year.
Long delays and security lines at airports are all too common and expected, but a new program on the table at the Transportation Security Administration could mitigate that.
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