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Charles Jones, one of the co-owners of Capital City Mambo Sauce, has passed away at the age of 46.
DC Council approves emergency legislation to rename Columbus Day as Indigenous Peoples' Day in the District
The District will celebrate "Indigenous Peoples' Day" next Monday instead of Columbus Day after the D.C. Council approved emergency legislation to rename the federal holiday in an effort to "honor Indigenous People and their rich history and cultural contributions."
A retired Charles County police officer traveling through Dentsville on Wednesday stopped to rescue a tiny owl who she found in the middle of the road.
Starting in September, Amtrak will offer direct, nonstop service between D.C. and New York City — and the best part? Each trip will only take around two and a half hours each way!
Lifeguards in Virginia Beach say the water appears to be clear of pests after receiving multiple reports of people being stung by sea lice at the Oceanfront earlier this week.
A recent high school graduate in the Phillippines designed and painted her own graduation ball gown with help from her mom — and now she’s going viral on social media for it.
In a few weeks, Pharrell and friends will take over the beach for the first Something in the Water festival.
A pre-kindergartener named Atlantis won Crazy Hair Day at her school after her mom went all out to style her hair to look just like Princess Ariel from Disney’s “The Little Mermaid."
The husband and stepdaughter of a woman who was allegedly stabbed to death by a panhandler in Baltimore last December have been arrested for murder in connection with her death.
Lyft is offering free rides to black history museums and historical sites in celebration of Black History Month.
MDOT MTA will offer free transit to unpaid federal employees who are still reporting to work during the partial government shutdown.
In a letter addressed to four U.S. Senators in Maryland and Virginia, Metro says that ridership has dropped 16 percent on Metrorail and eight percent on Metrobus during the partial government shutdown.
Mayor Muriel Bowser vetoed a bill that would decriminalize fare evasion on Metro. As of now, riders can be arrested if caught evading fares.
For two sisters in Prince George's County, the partial government shutdown is hitting them hard. They're both furloughed federal workers and both the sole breadwinners in their families.
Now, they're tapping into a sweet hobby to pay the bills.