When Superstorm Sandy rolled over the East Coast, Maryland was largely spared, but there was enough damage to attract the attention of federal authorities.
Allegany County officials and contractors are working to clean up a neglected property on Irons Mountain that’s been the subject of litigation that reached the Maryland Court of Special Appeals.
All but two of Maryland’s state parks are now open following cleanup and repairs from Superstorm Sandy.
Four days after Superstorm Sandy ripped through the East Coast, a massive cleanup effort is still underway in Maryland. There are still those who don’t have power.
The eye of Sandy passed right over parts of Harford County, causing some of the worst damage in the state.
The National Park Service is trying to remove a thick layer of green algae from the reflecting pool in front of the Lincoln Memorial less than a month after a $34 million overhaul was completed.
A major cleanup effort is underway in Eastern Baltimore County a day after a severe storm triggers extreme flooding.
Autopsy results are released for the two young women killed in the train derailment in Howard County as investigators make significant progress.
A Frederick brewery that sprayed graffiti on sidewalks to promote an upcoming event may have to pay the city for cleanup costs.
Ten tornadoes touched down in Maryland on Friday. Now fear turns to headaches for those trying to clean up.
Around Fallston cleanup is the name of the game, but it will be months before things start looking like they did before Friday’s strong storms spawned a tornado that ripped through parts of Fallston.
One of the strongest storms was felt in Fallston where violent winds uprooted trees and damaged homes.