The White House is estimating that Hurricane Irene will cost the federal government $1.5 billion in disaster relief.
Baltimore Gas and Electric says it has restored service to all customers who lost power due to Hurricane Irene, except for a few individual outages.
More than 39,000 households and businesses along the Eastern Seaboard that lost power during Irene remained without it a week after the storm.
Under 4,000 customers are still in the dark as BGE passes its deadline to restore power to everyone before midnight Saturday.
Business on the Maryland and Delaware beaches seems to be rebounding quickly after Hurricane Irene closed many resorts last weekend.
After a delayed start to the school year because of Hurricane Irene, Baltimore County Schools Superintendent Joe Hairston will visit seven elementary schools on Tuesday.
Maryland Natural Resources Police are urging boaters hitting the water for the Labor Day weekend to look for debris from Hurricane Irene.
The Internal Revenue Service is extending tax payment deadlines for some individuals and businesses affected by Hurricane Irene.
Constellation Energy Nuclear Group says one of two nuclear reactors at its Calvert Cliffs power plant is being brought back online after being shutdown automatically during Hurricane Irene.
Thousands of people will be going into day number five without power and they’re finding creative ways to get by.
More than 141,000 customers were still without power Wednesday in the Mid-Atlantic region, days after Hurricane Irene finished pummeling the area.
Governor Martin O’Malley continues to survey damage throughout the state.