A man who managed a company hired to clean the National Mall storm water sewer system has pleaded guilty to dumping debris and wastewater into the Potomac River.
A little boy killed in a fiery building collapse is laid to rest in East Baltimore.
Debris from an I-95 overpass damaged four cars Tuesday morning.
Gwynns Run got a mass cleanup Friday. City workers hauled away tons of trash and debris from the watershed.
Fire officials say two construction workers were hurt when they fell 20 feet while working on a building in Laurel.
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.
Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources is reminding boaters heading out on the water for the Labor Day weekend to be prepared for the remnants of Hurricane Isaac.
Much of Ellicott City is still off limits because of the debris and cleanup from the train derailment on Tuesday.
A trash dropoff site in Montgomery County says more than 4,800 tons of tree debris has been dropped off at the facility following last week’s storms.
The Department of Natural Resources says all roads through state forests in western Maryland have been cleared of debris from last week’s violent storms.
Just eight Baltimore County public schools remained without power Thursday afternoon and will be closed on Friday.
Officials at Aberdeen Proving Ground have halted a demolition project after trace amounts of a World War I chemical warfare agent were found at the site.