The Board of Public Works has approved funding to remove up to 200,000 tires from a dump in Crownsville.
Another $2 million is approved to compensate for defects in the Maryland health exchange. The deadline to sign up is March 31.
The extreme temperatures are causing water main breaks all over the city, including one in Fells Point.
A huge water main break at a major intersection in North Baltimore is disrupting business and travel.
Due to heavy downpours over the recent months and additional sinkholes at the site, the sinkhole repair near 2330 Monument Street will not be completed until Dec. 19.
Easton is considering turning an 11-acre public works storage site into a new waterfront park.
Public Works officials say replacement of water mains near the Inner Harbor, one of which broke last month, disrupting traffic for weeks, is complete.
Maryland Sen. Benjamin Cardin is scheduled to take part in a hearing on climate change.
The Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating a fire that damaged two public works buildings in Cambridge.
Public works officials in Baltimore say replacement is set to begin on three 16-foot sections of 54-inch water main in the southwest part of the city.
Get ready for a big boost on your water bill. If you use Baltimore City water — and almost 2 million of us do — starting Thursday we’ll be paying more.
Public works officials are reminding Baltimore area residents that swimming is banned at all the city’s reservoirs.