No one’s complaining about another casualty from Hurricane Irene.
Maryland and federal emergency management officials are beginning a series of briefings for Hurricane Irene disaster aid applicants.
State emergency management officials say briefings will be held for those eligible for federal disaster assistance for areas affected by Hurricane Irene.
Hundreds of thousands of customers were in the dark for days. Now BGE customers are firing back at the energy giant for its response to Hurricane Irene.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency this week has found about $40 million to refill disaster aid accounts and now expect the relief fund to stay solvent until at least Friday, the end of the budget year.
Heavy rain cripples parts of Maryland once again, stranding people on the roads. On Pulaski Highway, the water rose so quickly that a car became almost totally immersed. Emergency crews made a number of swift water rescues in both Baltimore and Harford counties. But there are no reports of injuries so far.
In the dark for days. Hundreds of thousands felt forgotten after Hurricane Irene as BGE worked to get the lights back on. We’ve learned that effort cost $81 million.
The Democratic leader of the Senate says he’ll try this week to add almost $7 billion in disaster aid to must-pass legislation to avert a government shutdown.
Tropical Storm Lee is now a memory but the storm is proving to have a lasting and very negative impact on the health of the Chesapeake Bay.
More sewage has spilled into the Patapsco River, which saw 100 million gallons of raw sewage spill after Hurricane Irene.
The aftermath of Maryland’s recent storms continues to take its toll on local bays and coastlines.
In the wake of Hurricane Irene, Baltimore City is turning fallen trees into gardening gold.