Public Works Department Asks People To Not Cause A 'Fatberg'As you get ready for your Thanksgiving meal, the Baltimore City Department of Public Works has a reminder.
Traffic Advisory Sign Briefly Changed To Anti-Police MessagePublic works officials say someone changed a message on a contractor's portable traffic advisory sign in west Baltimore to a profane anti-police quote.
Report: DPW Impostor Knocks On Doors, Asks To Inspect Homes In Fells PointThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works is warning residents about water worker impostors attempting to gain illegal entry into Fells Point area homes.
Take My Mulch, Please!Carroll County Department of Public Works crews have been working around the clock to turn thousands of trees and branches brought down by the brutal winter into mulch. But now, there is more mulch than the county knows what to do with.
Board Of Public Works Approves Tire Dump CleanupThe Board of Public Works has approved funding to remove up to 200,000 tires from a dump in Crownsville.
Health Exchange Woes Come Before Board Of Public WorksAnother $2 million is approved to compensate for defects in the Maryland health exchange. The deadline to sign up is March 31.
Extreme Temperatures Cause Water Main Breaks All Over BaltimoreThe extreme temperatures are causing water main breaks all over the city, including one in Fells Point.
Water Main Ruptures On Charles Street; Causes Heavy FloodingA huge water main break at a major intersection in North Baltimore is disrupting business and travel.
Monument Street Sinkhole Repair Continues Until DecemberDue 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.
Waterfront Park Eyed For Easton Public Works SiteEaston is considering turning an 11-acre public works storage site into a new waterfront park.
Replacement Of Downtown Water Mains Complete Public Works officials say replacement of water mains near the Inner Harbor, one of which broke last month, disrupting traffic for weeks, is complete.
Cardin To Take Part In Climate Change HearingMaryland Sen. Benjamin Cardin is scheduled to take part in a hearing on climate change.

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