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TOWN SQUARE | The 5,900-square-foot Chanceford Hall has six bedrooms and seven full bathrooms, original woodwork and molding, 10 fireplaces, high ceilings and large windows.
Fall arrives Friday, but summer weather has set up shop for the foreseeable future.
A roundup of news from around the region.
Democrat Dan Helmer sings in “Top Gun” parody aimed at two-term Virginia Republican
A Washington Post investigation found that the act provided leniency to hundreds of young adult offenders who went on to rob, rape or murder in recent years in the nation’s capital.
Tom Perriello and Corey Stewart refuse to fade away, but that seems to be good news only for one side
It's feeling rather tropical around here.
Arcade Fire arrived in Washington on Saturday as "the undefeated, undisputed heavyweight champions of the world."
God doesn’t control the weather, said the newest rabbi in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Police said two vehicles hit head-on in early morning crash.
UMW survey shows Northam at 44 percent, Gillespie at 39 percent of likely voters
The measure pits homeowners and city officials who both want to make money on the short-term rentals.
AFFORDABLE HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The 1972 residence has new laminate wood flooring in the foyer, living room, dining room and kitchen.
A summerlike pattern is firmly entrenched even as the calendar switches to fall later this week.
East Baltimore poet looked to hip-hop before delving into works of Hughes, Angelou.
After a string of troubling incidents, the university looks to improve its campus climate.
I have a yard sale every five years, just long enough to forget how much work they are.
The Mid-Atlantic coast up through New England need to keep watching Jose closely.
The European model shows Maria "pinwheeling" Jose into the East Coast over a week from now. (Don't panic--model forecasts more than a week out usually aren't that good.)
A roundup of news from the Washington region.