A stately looking house in D.C. is not what it seems. WTOP's Michelle Basch took a tour of a power substation that has been masquerading as a home for 60 years. See photos. The post This ‘home’ has been fooling people since the ’50s appeared first on...
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Baltimore's mayor has retreated from a plan to replace a long-running parade honoring Martin Luther King Jr. with what she described as a day of service. The post Baltimore mayor retreats from plan to replace MLK Jr. parade appeared first on...
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A panel of Maryland lawmakers has voted to update the General Assembly's policy on sexual harassment. The post Maryland lawmakers update policy on sexual harassment appeared first on WTOP.
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As the new year approaches, expect limited-edition brews — and taprooms that want to be as popular as coffeehouses. Here's how craft beer is evolving. The post Beer in 2018: Exclusive draws and inclusive flavors on tap appeared first on WTOP.
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After a 17-year-old boy from Bethesda, Maryland, was found dead in a wooded area over the weekend, Montgomery County police said officers interacted with him the night before he went missing. The post Bethesda teen possibly under the influence before he...
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Gov. Larry Hogan has appointed Paul Corderman to a Maryland House seat in western Maryland. The post Hogan appoints Paul Corderman to Maryland House seat appeared first on WTOP.
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An academy spokesman said Monday the unnamed midshipman faces serious consequences for scaling 225 feet to place his cap — known as a cover — on top of the chapel's obelisk last week The post Midshipman faces discipline for scaling chapel in tradition...
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