Hurricane Sandy is gone, but the damage from the storm is clearly still visible. It has been 3 months since Super Storm Sandy unleashed on the east cost of the United States, but the daunting task of clean up is still a daily task. This past weekend I went back to New Jersey to follow up on how the clean-up is going. Photos by Jeremy Wilkins. WilkinsPhotos.com
Dangerous high waters. Rising rivers claimed at least one life after overnight storms. Now several communities are flooded out.
Emergency responders say they have been conducting water rescues throughout the night after a storm caused flash flooding throughout the area.
Worcester County’s planning director says it’s too soon to say how a new climate change executive order will affect the county.
Gov. Martin O’Malley has issued an executive order that’s intended to minimize potential flood damage in new and reconstructed state buildings.
An unwelcome surprise: water took over downtown Annapolis, causing big headaches.
For the third time in a week, an aging water main bursts in Baltimore, flooding streets and shutting down roads.
Two days after a 5 feet water main break flooded Charles Street, crews are still working to get things fixed and cleaned up.
If you’re trying to clean up a flooded house, you’re in a race against mold and bacteria.
Baltimore is providing free sand and sandbags for businesses and residents in flood-prone areas.
Heavy rainfall has caused streets to flood in low-lying parts of Ocean City and downtown Salisbury.
Back-to-back storms hit central Maryland, causing extreme flooding.