Superstorm Sandy was the deadliest hurricane in the northeastern U.S. in 40 years and the second-costliest in the nation’s history.
Maryland fire officials are blaming a mechanical failure for a fire that caused an estimated half-million dollars in damage to a downtown Williamsport building.
Some of Maryland’s federal lawmakers are pressing the Federal Emergency Management Agency to give Garrett County more help in recovering from a blizzard spawned by Superstorm Sandy.
Officials say a two-alarm fire has heavily damaged a church in Oxon Hill.
A New Year’s Eve fire caused an estimated $500,000 damage to two businesses in Carroll County.
Officials say a fire caused by an unattended candle caused $100,000 in damage to a home in Aberdeen.
Officials in Prince George’s County say a fire has damaged a 110-year-old home in Lanham.
Officials in Salisbury are considering how to deal with damage beavers apparently are causing in Salisbury City Park.
Maryland officials are asking residents of the lower Eastern Shore to report damage from superstorm Sandy, as the state appeals a denial of individual assistance by the federal government.
A fire at a New Carrollton apartment building caused approximately $750,000 in damage and left nearly a dozen units uninhabitable.
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?
The eye of Sandy passed right over parts of Harford County, causing some of the worst damage in the state.