Officials have lifted a boil water advisory in Arlington County and parts of Northwest D.C., two days after a water main break sent residents scrambling for clean water.
The boil water advisory in effect in Arlington County will last through Saturday, county officials say.
Chain Bridge Road has reopened after a 36-inch water-main break shut it down Friday.
Fans traveling to the District to take in the festivities of Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday should be mindful of traffic impacts and road closures associated with the 44th Annual Marine Corps Marathon being held in Arlington that morning.
On Sunday, approximately 30,000 runners are expected to participate in the 44th annual Marine Corps Marathon.
Arlington County officials signed off Saturday on a new 19-story apartment tower coming to Crystal City.
Capping scooter speeds and allowing dockless rides on sidewalks are some of the proposals Arlington County officials will consider next month.
In an effort to save dwindling space, the Army is proposing new rules to limit who can be buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
Family, friends and complete strangers came out Saturday morning in memory of Wendy Martinez.
An Arlington Parks and Recreation employee is behind bars after police say he inappropriately touched a girl last month.
A Maryland man is behind bars after a fare evasion at the Pentagon City Metro Station turned into a weapons and drug bust Thursday.
It’s official – Jefferson Davis Highway is now Richmond Highway in Arlington.
Jefferson Davis Highway will become Richmond Highway in Arlington on Thursday.
U.S. Park Police say the gunman who entered a Crystal City office building and shot a woman Wednesday was arrested last week on federal gun charges after he cut himself with the weapon after accidentally firing it in Fort Dupont Park.
It’s a scary thought: you get into an accident and need help but emergency crews can’t get to you.
A 27-year-old man is behind bars after being charged with murder in Arlington County.
Virginia state police are on the scene after a pursuit ended in a crash on I-395 northbound in the area of Pentagon City Tuesday morning.
A U.S. Postal carrier is being credited with saving an Arlington man's life.
One man was injured today when a Arlington ART bus with as many as ten passengers on board crashed into a Penske truck rental business at the intersection of South George Mason Drive and Columbia Pike.
Authorities are continuing their search Thursday in an area near Gravelly Point were human remains were detected last month.