Residents in Adams Morgan met to share fears of rising crime. Police admit the department lacks resources.
New online marketplace looks to help next generation of D.C. small businesses, entrepreneurs flourish
The platform allows small businesses, many local, to sell their products and services directly to consumers. It also teaches young entrepreneurs how to navigate the world of digital commerce.
In NoMa, the looming closure of a familiar fast-food spot sparks community concerns. Some residents, accustomed to its affordability, fear the impact on daily life. A major real estate player's redevelopment plans add...
FTC recommends making a list of expenses to determine unnecessary spending.
The restaurant is refining its menu and reimagining dishes in a push for excellence.
Republicans and Democrats are split multiple ways on foreign aid and its tie to the budget. Some prefer conditions before voting on a $105 billion Biden package for all additional foreign aid, including border security.
A group of about 30 people gathered at the Ellipse to call for peace in Palestine.
American University students are demanding the university provide vending machines that dispense emergency contraceptives.
As meteorologists predict up to 40 inches of snowfall this winter, Montgomery County residents voice concerns regarding county snow-clearing infrastructure and school cancellation policies.
D.C. Council signs a bill that will create a free Master's in Social Work at UDC, to address the city's pressing social worker shortage amid rising homelessness.
New county board members say the "missing middle" zoning plan needs to be reworked.
Bridges on the I-695 SE/SW Freeway need repairs, but residents can expect to see construction begin in 2026 at the earliest.
“Technology has been a godsend” for students signing-up to receive treatment from Hazel Health.
The Metropolitan Police Department reports that crime in the neighborhood is up 27%. That increase is mainly due to an increase in robbery, theft, and vehicle theft
Parking issues plague Bethesda's Elmo Avenue due to new apartment construction. Neighborhood businesses and residents complain construction workers are taking over the downtown parking garage, leaving few open options.
The organization highlights how, alongside other park partners, the group wants to tell stories at the intersection of race, history, and Rock Creek, covering a wide variety of topics in northern D.C.
Lapses in pandemic-era aid and another possible federal government shutdown have caused stress among food bank providers and their clients alike.
An effort to help clear the almost one million backlog in affirmative asylum applications could be left out of 2024 government funding commitments.