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  • Shavon L. Phillips

    Remains found in P.G. County ID'd as missing D.C. woman

    The body of a woman found in a creek in Fort Washington last week has been identified as that of a missing 22-year-old D.C. woman, Prince George's County police said Monday.

  • The home at 1400 Old Musket Lane in Fort Washington is on the market for $1,200,000. The five-bedroom home was custom-built in 2005 and rests on a 4.2-acre lot.

    Resale of the week: Home on 4 acres in Fort Washington

    Just in time for swimming season, a luxurious home with an in-ground pool set within a parklike setting is on the market in Fort Washington. The home, which has approximately 8,800 square feet, is privately situated in the Nr Silesia subdivision and has a fully fenced lot with a security gate.

  • The home at 101 River Forest Lane in the Tantallon on the Potomac community in Fort Washington is on the market for $1,100,000. The six-bedroom home was built in 1987.

    Resale of the week: Grand spaces in Fort Washington

    Located near the National Golf Club at Tantallon, a Fort Washington residence on the market for $1,100,000 enjoys both picturesque golf-course views and an exquisite interior.

  • Quindell Mercer

    P.G. police arrest victims' family member in double homicide

    A 34-year-old man has been arrested and charged with the murder of his mother and half-brother, who were found fatally shot in their Fort Washington home Aug. 4, Prince George's County police said.

  • The back porch of the home at 9913 Indian Queen Point Road in Fort Washington offers spectacular sunset and water views.

    Resale of the week: Colonial has stunning river views

    There's no mistaking that breathtaking water views are the main attraction in a six-bedroom Colonial now on the market in Fort Washington. Situated in a parklike setting, a circular driveway leads to the main entrance of this window-filled home.

  • The home at 12221 Firth of Tae Drive in the Tantallon on the Potomac community is on the market for $475,000. The brick-front Colonial has a water view, four bedrooms, two full baths and a powder room.

    Resale of the week: Colonial on Swan Creek

    Homeowners lucky enough to have a water view rarely seem to want to give it up. So it is with the owners of a 1970s-era brick-front Colonial in Fort Washington, who have owned their water-view home for more than 30 years.

  • Water awaits Washington commuters

    Ten years on and the Woodrow Wilson Bridge is finally complete. The cost: enormous. Yet, growth continues in Washington, spurred largely by the presence of the federal government. Currently, an estimated 250,000 automobiles a day traverse the Wilson bridge, one of only a handful of bridges crossing the Potomac River. Gridlock remains ever-present.

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS A September 10, 1996 photo shows harness racing action from one of the races at Rosecroft Raceway in Oxon Hill. Bankrupt Rosecroft Raceway, the harness track in Prince George's County, will close July 1, 2010 after struggling for years to survive.

    Rosecroft Raceway to close July 1

    Bankrupt Rosecroft Raceway will close July 1 after struggling for years to keep the harness track open, the track owner announced in a memo.

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