Guide: What’s Happening in Your Area Memorial Day WeekendIf you're in town for the holiday weekend, check out one of these fun events in the DMV.
Soldiers Placing 230,000 U.S. Flags at Arlington CemeterySoldiers are placing nearly a quarter of a million U.S. flags at Arlington National Cemetery as part of a Memorial Day tradition.
What to Know About Long Lines at Airport SecurityFliers should brace for long waits at airport security over the holiday weekend.
15,000 Gallons of Raw Sewage Spill Near Deep Creek LakeGarrett County officials estimate that 15,000 gallons of raw sewage spilled from a broken pipe near Deep Creek Lake on Memorial Day weekend.
Troopers Stop 9,500 Cars, Issue Thousands of CitationsMaryland State Police say they conducted more than 9,500 traffic stops during four days during Memorial Day weekend.
Uber Drives Into Ocean City, St. Michaels, Other Beach TownsUber has announced that it will begin offering rides beachgoers and vacationers in Ocean City and St. Michaels, just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
Guide: What's Happening in Your Area Memorial Day WeekendThousands of people flock to the nation's capital for Memorial Day weekend and if you're not heading out of town, there's no reason you can't enjoy many of these great events in our area honoring veterans.
State Police Issue Thousands of Traffic Citations Over Long WeekendMaryland State Police stopped more than 11,000 vehicles during stepped-up traffic enforcement over the Memorial Day weekend.
Rolling Thunder Rumbles Through Washington In Honor of VetsThe annual Rolling Thunder motorcycle rally returned to the nation's capital this Memorial Day weekend.
National Cathedral To Host Rolling Thunder BikersWashington National Cathedral has a soft spot for the motorcyclist group Rolling Thunder and their mission for veterans.
D.C. Region Expecting Big Travel Numbers This Memorial Day Weekend The number of people traveling this Memorial Day weekend is expected to be the highest since 2005.
7 People Killed on Va. Roads Over Memorial Day Weekend, Fewest Since 2009Seven people died on Virginia highways over the four-day Memorial Day weekend, the lowest total for that holiday period since 2009.