Folks walking in Hampden on Friday morning got a big surprise. Nature sprouted on “The Avenue.”
The Maryland Public Service Commission says it’s investigating complaints that Potomac Edison overbilled some western Maryland electricity customers by failing to read their meters as often as required.
The D.C. Council is again pushing forward with a major overhaul to the way people with disabilities can park on congested downtown streets.
District of Columbia officials will be showing off a new taxicab meter that allows riders to pay by credit card, among other features.
In the wake of water meter complaints, Baltimore’s Department of Public Works is promising an overhaul.
Two parking meters installed in downtown Annapolis to collect spare change for the homeless have collected nearly $2,000.