Man Robbed, Forced To Swim Across Potomac RiverAuthorities say a group of men robbed a person on the bank of the Potomac River in Arlington before forcing him to swim across it.
Second Body Recovered After Potomac Boating AccidentThe body of the second man missing after a boating accident in the Potomac River over the weekend has been recovered at Great Falls.
Authorities: 2 Missing After Boat Capsizes In Potomac RiverOfficials are searching for two men who they say went missing when their boat capsized in the Potomac River.
Body Recovered From Potomac River Near Recreation AreaFire officials say a man's body has been recovered from the Potomac River near a recreation area just west of the nation's capital.
Body Recovered From Potomac River Near Recreation Area Fire officials say a man's body has been recovered from the Potomac River near a recreation area just west of the nation's capital.
Kennedy Center Changes Plans For River Pavilion In ExpansionThe Kennedy Center is backing away from plans to build a floating stage on the Potomac River as part of its $100 million expansion project.
Kayaker Rescued After Being Stranded In PotomacA kayaker stranded in freezing water is rescued from the Potomac River.
Dozens Starting New Year With Potomac PlungeDozens of people are starting the new year with a bone-chilling plunge into the Potomac River in the western Maryland town of Williamsport.
Md. City Advised It Owns Dam Some Want RemovedThe Maryland attorney general's office says the city of Cumberland apparently owns a Potomac River dam at the center of a debate about the waterway's future.
2 Kayakers Rescued From Potomac River In MarylandTwo kayakers have been rescued from the Potomac River in Washington County.
Potomac Kayak Plan Advances In Cumberland, Md. Officials from the city of Cumberland and the National Park Service are making progress toward a Potomac River public access point for kayakers and canoeists.
Man Gets 10 Months For Dumping Waste In Potomac RiverA man who managed a company hired to clean the National Mall storm water sewer system and pleaded guilty to dumping debris and wastewater into the Potomac River has been sentenced to 10 months in prison.

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