Odds are, you remember where you were exactly one year ago today. August 23, 2011 is when Maryland was rocked by the largest earthquake in living memory.
Six months ago Thursday, “Did you feel it?” was the most-asked question in Maryland. Like much of the East Coast, the state was rattled by the biggest earthquake in memory.
Dangerously damaged. A team of engineers releases its report on the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. rocked by an earthquake in September. And the results are disturbing.
Washington’s National Cathedral held its first public worship service since it was damaged in an August earthquake.
A new bishop has been consecrated at the Washington National Cathedral — the first event at the cathedral since it was damaged by an earthquake in August.