Fairfax County Public Schools will host six workshops this fall in different languages for non-English speaking parents — including tonight, where officials will give a gang-violence prevention presentation in Spanish.
For one Woodley Park resident, the pursuit to reduce suicides on the Taft Bridge is personal. With support from some local officials, she is prepared to pursue the project for as long as it takes.
Decline of indoor mall shopping and effects of the pandemic have contributed to the deterioration of Chevy Chase Pavilion, where several stores have fled in recent years and CVS closed shop at the end of last month.
Roads with metered parking in Arlington County have become less valuable revenue sources for county funds after the COVID-19 pandemic halted the number of cars parking on streets.
The District Department of Transportation has failed to complete as many sidewalk repairs as the year before, leaving some taxpayers to wonder why their hard-earned money isn’t being used to address their concerns.
Frustrated drivers blame confusing parking signs for mass ticketing and towing on a popular Southwest D.C. street
Maine Avenue SW, across the street from District Wharf, is the third most towed street in all of Washington, D.C. Drivers say it's because the parking signs are confusing.
Elevator inspection records revealed flaws in the system, including a drop in inspections and safety checks during the pandemic.
Hundreds of people died of opioid overdoses in D.C. in 2020. Advocates and officials hope to continue providing support with treatment and check-ins afterward.
The neighborhood commission unanimously passed a resolution calling for DDOT to implement more safety measures as 2021 crash deaths surpass 2020.
Shaw’s Art Market was virtual in 2020, but this year residents can expect more direct engagement with artists the day of Dec. 18th.
State funding and a city-wide push for sustainability is increasing the number of electric buses on the road. Analyses of DASH and ACPS help show what’s to come.
Community members gathered at the corner of 14th and Irving St. Northeast in remembrance of 5-year-old Allie Hart, who died after being hit by a car while on her bicycle earlier this year.