Sen. Barbara Mikulski, the longest serving woman in Congress, will not seek re-election at the end of her term in 2016, media outlets reported Monday.
Part patchouli, part power suit, entrepreneurs and enthusiasts gathered over the weekend for the District’s first cannabis convention since the city legalized recreational marijuana — offering a glimpse of the emerging markets that could take hold in the nation’s capital.
Gregory Dean, who previously led the Seattle Fire Department for 10 years, will be named D.C.’s new fire chief on Monday, the Seattle Times reported.
The District is embarking on a 72-hour blitz to catch up on trash collection delayed due to recent snowstorms.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is scheduled to speak to South Carolina Democrats at the 2015 John Spratt Issues Conference
Having a child go missing is every parent’s worst nightmare, but the anguish in the child’s return home has received scant, if any, thought in the artistic world — at least not until “Kid Victory” opened at the Signature Theater in Arlington Feb. 17.
Metro will not increase fares on buses or trains as part of its budget plan for the coming year, board members decided Thursday.
Let’s make supper a more common word for the right reasons.
Congress is investigating the District’s move to legalize marijuana, putting D.C. lawmakers on notice a day before the new legalization laws are set to take effect.
As half of the “blue-eyed soul” duo Hall & Oates, John Oates has toured the globe, created a slew of hit songs and sold well over 80 million records worldwide with songs like “Private Eyes,” “Kiss on My List,” “She’s Gone,” “Maneater,” “Sara Smile,” “I Can’t Go for That,” “Rich Girl” and dozens more.
Joseph Harris of Glen Burnie, Maryland, had a dream to be a professional chef. He even moved to Missouri to attend culinary school, but then life took an unexpected turn when his mother had a stroke. Mr. Harris returned from the Midwest to help his family care for his mother.
Marijuana will be legal to smoke privately but not to be bought or sold in the District starting Thursday, despite Congressional efforts to block a voter-approved measure that allows recreational use of the drug.