Thousands of Baltimore-area homes and businesses went 24 hours without water. Monday night’s emergency repairs led to more problems for Baltimore’s water system—and residents have had enough. Water was restored briefly Tuesday evening but a leak in a 10-inch main have led to more problems.
A multi-million dollar scheme at the Baltimore City landfill. A three year undercover FBI investigation leads to the indictment of nearly a dozen people, including some city public works employees.
Shutting off water because bills haven’t been paid takes a new direction. It’s an opportunity to pay less for water.
Water woes. The city is ramping up its program to collect unpaid water bills.
Street repairs along Gay Street in downtown Baltimore will continue this weekend, after public works officials found more damage to a storm drain following last week’s water main break.
As winter weather arrives, so do water main woes. Last year’s freezing temperatures brought on a record number of breaks.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is announcing a new program to repair the public portion of the city’s sewer pipes that connect residences and businesses to public sewer lines.
The Baltimore City Department of Public Works is warning residents about water worker impostors attempting to gain illegal entry into Fells Point area homes.
The unrelenting cold weather is delaying the start of boating season at two reservoirs.
Some roads remain closed because of water main breaks. The thaw-out over the last few days means more of them are rupturing.
A Department of Public Works sampling found too much haloacetic acids (HAA5) at its Lutherville sampling site between October 2012 and September 2013.
Water and sewer crews are working to repair a 30 inch sewage main break in Bel Air.