Gordon Medenica was appointed by Hogan in May 2015.
Tuesday’s temperature will tell the tale, forecasters say.
Mid-Atlantic ski areas are enduring one of the most challenging seasons in years.
One was a Northern Virginia woman who was escorting her children to the gate at BWI, authorities said.
Terry McAuliffe stole the show at the National Governors Association meeting in D.C.
District officials will also deliver D.C. Council’s statehood petition to Congress.
Fatal shooting was part of attempted robbery at house party, Prince George’s police charge.
ThePoints Guy website ranks the top 10 domestic airlines on the basis of hard data and subjective rankings, too. Alaska Air came in first.
A wider lesson from the African American History Museum.
Documents show the pervasiveness of discrimination in the years following the Civil War.
Washington-area colleges among top-ranked for schools sending grads abroad.
Md. senator tried unsuccessfully to make dissection optional for students.
Temperatures are headed back up again to end the month.
A roundup of news from the District, Maryland and Virginia.
David Bernhard will be the first immigrant from Latin America to serve on a Virginia circuit court.
The building was closed for much of the month for cleaning, officials said.
Floyd Gibbons, a globe-trotting, one-eyed ‘headline hunter,” is the subject of a new book.
The storms unloaded unprecedented February hail and spawned a tornado.
With seven weeks to go, there’s still no information about the egg roll, the largest annual public event at the White House. Eager parents are getting nervous.
The accident took place at Woodfield and Muncaster Mill roads Monday morning.
Overall, police handled protests well, board says, but it urges a review of tactics during clash.
The animal was removed from her aquarium and impaled with a knife-sharpener, Baltimore County police said.
Democratic lieutenant governor kicked off new statewide tour with stops across northern Virginia.
A Maryland bill would make the state the first to prohibit schools from including questions about prospective students’ criminal records.
No threat to safety seen.
2017 is off to a historically warm start. There's little evidence it's changing course.
The eight-bedroom, 13-bathroom, 24,000-square-foot mansion was purchased for $12 million.
Events include a Loudoun Habitat for Humanity fundraiser, the “Raise the Roof Gala.”
The calls against schools come as Jewish institutions see rapid rise in hate messaging
Authorities said Scott Suder was last seen just before a violent storm came through the area on Saturday.