Gas prices are surging and quickly inching to $4 per gallon. This February is the earliest gas prices have ever topped the $3.50 mark.
Stink bug numbers are down, and researchers say they suspect the wet fall weather across the mid-Atlantic may be the reason.
Maryland gets the environmental all-clear to pursue wind farm development off the coast of Ocean City. Governor O’Malley is making wind power his energy priority this session.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is inviting citizens to a meeting in Myersville about a proposed natural-gas compressor station.
The nation’s second offshore wind power lease could be weeks away, and more could follow, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said Tuesday at the opening of a wind power conference.
Another decent day is in store across the Northeast thanks to high pressure over New England, but for us in the Mid-Atlantic this high will mean a moist easterly flow and an abundance of low cloudiness to start the day.
Hurricane Katia has weakened slightly as it moves northwestward across the Atlantic but is still a Category 2 storm.
More than 141,000 customers were still without power Wednesday in the Mid-Atlantic region, days after Hurricane Irene finished pummeling the area.
Utility companies say nearly 300,000 customers in the mid-Atlantic region are still in the dark days after Hurricane Irene blasted the area with heavy rain and winds.
Utility companies say about 530,000 homes and businesses in the mid-Atlantic region are without electricity due to Hurricane Irene’s high winds.
Hurricane Irene left nearly a million people without power in the Mid-Atlantic region Sunday, filling low-lying roads with water and bringing trees down on power lines, streets and rail tracks.
More than 830,000 people were without power in the Mid-Atlantic region Sunday and one person died in Maryland as Hurricane Irene moved north.