Some employees of Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) will be able to reschedule first-dose COVID-19 vaccine appointments after they were canceled earlier this week due to a supply shortage, the school district announced Wednesday.
Nursing homes and rehabilitation facilities in D.C., Maryland and Virginia have begun to convince their employees that itâ€™s safe to get vaccinated against the coronavirus.
After a two-year-long process, a family will be awarded a $3.5 million settlement from Maryland after their son, Jordan McNair, died during a university football practice
A Maryland woman decided that her time would be best spend by doing something nice during the pandemic â€” so she decided to give her kidney to a complete stranger.
One good thing has come out of the pandemic â€“ more pet adoptions! But pets need exercise, enrichment, and basic training so they can be a good member of the family. Of course, pets donâ€™t come cheap! Expenses include food, vet visits, grooming, and more. For example, dog owners will spend an average of $1,459 and cat owners will spend…
Some drivers in Virginia are getting notices that their E-ZPass accounts may be closed because they aren’t being used enough.
A former executive of a global investment firm has announced he will join Virginiaâ€™s race for governor
Here’s what to know about the coronavirus data, resources and reopenings across the D.C. area.