Weâ€™re in a long stretch of unusually low temperatures.
Thirteen more inmates have tested positive for the coronavirus in Washington, D.C, the D.C. Department of Corrections said Saturday. A total of 54 inmates who tested positive are in isolation and 68 others have recovered from their illness, the department said. The latest inmates to be diagnosed with COVID-19 range in age from 21 to 57. The residents are in…
The Arlington County Board unanimously approved two agreements with the Federal Government for the expansion of the Arlington National Cemetery. The first agreement signed off on the design plans for the necessary changes to roadways for expanding the cemetery. The increased burial space will require the realignment of Columbia Turnpike. The Federal Government will pay for the costs associated with…
Increased testing is proving just as crucial in assessing the coronavirus’ spread within prisonsÂ as it is in the free world.
Maryland has had its deadliest day of the coronavirus outbreak since the pandemic began, but the grim milestone coincided with a modest decrease in hospitalizations
Republican state Sen. Dale Zorn apologized Saturday after previously denying that his face mask depicted a Confederate flag.
The March 25 slaying occurred in the Greenway neighborhood.
Theirs is not just a story of survival. It is a story of survival amid a pandemic. .