VA Still Split on Wizards/Caps Arena

WTOP NEWS: The proposed home of the Washington Capitals and Wizards faces an uncertain future as budget talks begin in Virginia. The Virginia House of Delegates and Senate released their version of the Commonwealth’s budget […]

Politics

Jan. 6 Hero Cop Joining 3rd District Congressional Race

MARYLAND MATTERS: The 3rd congressional district Democratic primary, already well-stocked with candidates, is about to get a jolt of energy and widespread exposure. On Friday, Harry Dunn, a former U.S. Capitol police officer who attracted […]

Economic Development

Lots of sweets coming to National Harbor

WTOP: National Harbor developer and owner Peterson Companies has signed a lease with Focus Brands to bring some of its food options to The Waterfront District in Maryland. Those additions will include Auntie Anne’s, Jamba, […]

Hometown Sports

Local News

State Set to Announce Deep Cuts to Transportation Agencies

MARYLAND MATTERS: Maryland’s Department of Transportation is facing billions in cuts to address shortfalls that will squeeze operations and construction budgets. State officials spent the better part of this week briefing lawmakers and local leaders […]

Wellness

Upcoming Events

DC boat show is back, this time at National Harbor

WTOP: There hasn’t been a boat show in D.C. for years. Falling attendance led to the last D.C. Boat Show at the Washington Convention Center in 2008. The inaugural D.C. Boat Show at National Harbor is May […]

National Cherry Blossom Festival in Full Force, D.C. is Open

WASHINGTON INFORMER: Featuring five weekends of food, fun, culture, entertainment and the theme “Spring It On,” the 2023 National Cherry Blossom Festival (NCBF) is all about embracing the beauty of the District’s spring full throttle. “It really […]

Community Resources

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