The old state promotion that “Maryland is America in Miniature,” apparently extends to earthquakes.
New damage has surfaced in Baltimore from last summer’s East Coast earthquake.
Six months ago Thursday, “Did you feel it?” was the most-asked question in Maryland. Like much of the East Coast, the state was rattled by the biggest earthquake in memory.
Washington National Cathedral says it has raised $2 million to cover restoration work after last year’s earthquake severely damaged the building.
It is a delicate operation, yet engineers and stone masons say they’re making significant progress in repairing the National Cathedral.
Constellation Energy says it activated the lowest of four emergency levels at its Calvert Cliffs nuclear power plant following the East Coast quake, but the plant is still operating at 100 percent capacity.