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