Ben Bradlee, the longtime executive editor of The Washington Post during some of its proudest moments, was remembered as a “journalistic warrior” Wednesday during his funeral at Washington National Cathedral.
A funeral service will be held at Washington National Cathedral for Ben Bradlee, the former editor of The Washington Post.
Metro says riders on some lines will wait longer for trains this weekend and that only the silver line is unaffected.
Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor service resumed Tuesday afternoon after being shut down for a time. Downed lines have canceled MARC service through Wednesday morning at Perryville and Aberdeen stations.
New regulations could drive Uber out of Maryland. The popular car service is battling back, appealing the new rules. But state officials say there needs to be more oversight.
The Maryland body that oversees transit ruled that a popular web-based ride sharing service is subject to state regulation.
An Elkton man—whose license was revoked after a 2013 investigation—has been arrested for performing fire and life safety maintenance at a local restaurant. Officials say the services would have failed in a real emergency.
As graduation looms, many high school seniors are prepping for college or perhaps for the workforce, uncertain of what the future will bring. But several local students have already chosen a career path. In the fall, they’ll head to a service academy to take courses and begin training for the military.
Severe weather is delaying train service between Baltimore and Washington.
The National Park Service says it is investigating what caused the elevator at the Washington Monument to malfunction two days after the building reopened.
The battle heats up between 2,000 service workers and administrators at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Some union workers say they’re living in poverty while the hospital makes millions. They brought in some Hollywood stars to make their point.
The independent federal agency that manages draft registration says it accidentally sent letters to thousands of men in Maryland telling them they need to register, even though they’ve already done so.