Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski will visit the city of Crisfield to observe recovery efforts that are ongoing in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Construction of a wind turbine next to Crisfield’s sewage plant could begin as soon as April following the award of a $3.2 million contract.
Sen. Ben Cardin is scheduled to tour Crisfield to see how recovery efforts from Superstorm Sandy are going.
Emergency management officials say hours at the federal-state Disaster Recovery Center in Crisfield are changing.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley says the White House has approved an individual assistance disaster declaration for people who suffered losses from Superstorm Sandy in Somerset County.
Superstorm Sandy may be gone but lawmakers are still battling to help Maryland recover. The state has been denied federal relief money for the hardest hit areas.
Asking for disaster relief after Hurricane Sandy slammed into Crisfield brought sympathy from FEMA but no money.
Maryland’s two U.S. Senators will be on hand for a hearing that examines the federal response to Superstorm Sandy.
The devastation in New York and New Jersey has gotten much well deserved attention lately, but a local town is still reeling from Sandy. So what are people around here doing to help?
A powerful storm combination that socked the Mid-Atlantic from the mountains to the ocean cleared out Wednesday as blue skies replaced drenching rains, mass transit systems resumed full operations and power came back on for thousands of state residents.
Governor Martin O’Malley got a first-hand look at the damage on Maryland’s lower Eastern Shore. The surge from monster storm Sandy flooded Crisfield, but residents are now starting to clean up.
In Baltimore County’s low-lying areas like Watersedge and Millers Island, flooding is a major concern after superstorm Sandy.