D.C. Councilmember Tommy Wells is set to formally kick off his campaign for mayor.
Officials in Washington have hit the halfway point of Potholepalooza, their annual month-long campaign to fill in potholes, and say they’ve eclipsed the number of potholes filled during the entire 2012 campaign.
Mayor Vincent Gray discussed the District’s efforts to support early childhood education in his weekly radio address, but went on the record as opposing mandatory schooling for young children.
A water main break in Northwest Washington on Saturday left some residents without water and forced multiple road closures, as enough water to fill 12 Olympic-size swimming pools dumped into the streets.
The 1920s come roaring back into theaters this weekend with the hip-hop-laden retelling of The Great Gatsby, but you don’t have to pay full price to see some real classics of the silver screen, or any price.
Metro will be opening its doors to passengers two hours ahead of schedule for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on Saturday.
A District of Columbia judge seemed skeptical about a lawsuit asking him to halt the planned closure of 15 public schools, noting during a hearing that the schools students are being moved to are better performing.
The National Aquarium says it will close its Washington branch in the fall.
D.C. police say a 3-year-old girl was hit by a stray bullet as she played on the balcony of an apartment.
A total of six people, including two police officers, were injured in a shooting and subsequent traffic accident that occurred in Northeast D.C. when police were responding to the shooting Thursday evening, Metropolitan police said.
A thick layer of green algae is covering the reflecting pool in front of the Lincoln Memorial.