Families- The Hidden Faces of Homelessness

MiMi Ramos, a single mother of three, recently bought her family’s first home in Silver Spring. For the Ramoses, a formerly homeless family, this purchase was an especially meaningful milestone.

Reagan’s Legacy Lives on in New Statue at National Airport

A statue of Ronald Reagan was unveiled in front of Reagan National Airport as part of the Ronald Reagan Centennial Celebration Tuesday.

October Snowfall NOT a Sign of What’s to Come

An unusual October snowfall in the Washington metropolitan area left residents wondering if they would be buried in more snow than in recent years.

White House Still for Sale, Luxury Real Estate Slumps

A White House look-a-like listed has been on the market for 18 months with no signs of selling soon.

Resource Day, Homelessness on Rise in Rich Montgomery

Hundreds of homeless residents in one of the nation’s richest regions linked up with Montgomery County’s medical and financial resources Wednesday.

Maryland Motorists Fear Gas Tax Increase

Motorists across Maryland were not receptive to Gov. Martin O’Malley’s (D-Md.) Monday statement that he would be open to a 15-cent gas tax increase.

Tribal Ceremony Welcomes Health Exhibit to NIH

A traditional Native American dance celebration and ceremony welcomed the opening of the Native Voices exhibit at the National Library of Medicine Wednesday.

Kids Go Outdoors for Worldwide Day of Play

Thousands of energetic kids and their parents hurried into the nation’s capital for an afternoon of outdoor family fun Saturday.

Students Across the State Get a Taste of Maryland

Public school students across the state are eating locally grown foods in an effort to help the local farming economy.

Explosion Leaves Two UMD Students Injured

An explosion in a Univ. of Maryland lab left two students injured Monday. The explosion occurred as a result of nitric acid and sulfuric acid being combined with a third unknown substance in a waste container, officials said.