Severe storms brought down trees and power lines throughout the mid-Atlantic region, affecting some roads and rail service.
Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) crews announced they have restored power to nearly 93% of people affected by the thunderstorm, heavy rains and high winds that struck central Maryland Tuesday evening.
Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) is asking customers to conserve energy as a part of its Energy Savings Day Tuesday.
Power companies in the Metro area worked to restore power to thousands of residents Sunday after a storm caused flooding, downed trees and outages.
Crews in Baltimore County are making repairs to a gas line that was struck during construction work on Harford Road.
Baltimore Gas and Electric says residential customers can get $25 in exchange for turning in old air conditioners and dehumidifiers at an event in Maryland.
About 9,000 people are without power because a pole was struck and hit a distribution line.
Baltimore County fire department has evacuated a building after there was an odor of gas.
Record low temperatures this winter is forcing BGE to send customers a dire warning: don’t wait to settle your energy bill. The company says it has several programs to help keep your lights and heat on.
Power has been restored to several traffic lights in downtown Baltimore. The City Department of Transportation says the outage was due to BGE having to make a repair to an underground electric cable.
Frightening wake up call. A tractor trailer slams into the back of a Baltimore County home with a family inside.
A fire consumes a west Baltimore home killing a toddler. Good samaritans saw the blaze and ran to assist.