A massive power outage in Annapolis still has many people talking Friday morning. That’s because it created a light show across the sky. Some were wondering: is it the end of the world?
Potomac Edison says about 3,200 homes and businesses in Garrett County are still without power a week after Superstorm Sandy dumped up to 2 1/2 feet of snow in the far western Maryland mountains.
The share of homes and business still without power in snow-covered Garrett County fell below half Friday as utility and road crews gained the upper hand in confronting blizzard damage from Superstorm Sandy.
Massive cleanup efforts are still underway days after superstorm Sandy tore through our area. The lights are still off for some as others are picking up the pieces.
Thousands remain without power this hour after superstorm Sandy swept through the area. Over 90% of BGE customers have had their power restored, but most of the others should be back up and running by Friday night.
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Mid-Atlantic electric utilities, facing the threat of a direct hit from Hurricane Sandy, reached across North America on Friday to secure extra help in restoring power that they said could be out for more than a week because of prolonged high winds and torrential rain.
Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) has announced that it is preparing for any possible power outages this weekend and into early next week in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
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Washington schools, firehouses, police stations and city offices are now 100 percent wind powered.
Crews are making progress in restoring power to those affected by severe storms that blew through the mid-Atlantic region.