“Back to normal” may not come for a few more weeks for a string of businesses on Charles Street after a massive water main break this week.
Two days after a 5 feet water main break flooded Charles Street, crews are still working to get things fixed and cleaned up.
The Baltimore Department of Public Works (DPW) said repairs being undertaken on the part of the water main on York Road that broke on Thursday will restore water to the 43 businesses and residents that had been without service since the break.
The Baltimore Department of Public works reported making significant progress in improving billing water use, meter reading and customer service.
East Monument Street between Patterson Park and Milton avenues is closed due to a sinkhole. The sinkhole has also caused a gas leak.
Don’t be alarmed if you see a bright green liquid flowing through the Inner Harbor and other waterways.
Crews are busy fixing the broken water main that turned parts of downtown Baltimore upside down, but there are still plenty of headaches.
Frederick officials will use a bird gun to scare the animals from the Split Rail Court area.
The Anne Arundel County Council is considering bottling and selling the county’s award-winning water.
Get ready for a big boost on your water bill. If you use Baltimore City water — and almost 2 million of us do — starting Thursday we’ll be paying more.
Soon you will likely have to pay more for your water bill now that the city is planning to raise rates.
DPW and BGE crews have restored power to all water pumping stations that had been impacted by electrical interruptions caused by Saturday’s high winds.