Mother Nature sends another reminder winter is not over. All across Maryland, we’re dealing with snow and ice.
The biggest problem at the height of the storm–near gridlock from hundreds of abandoned cars on highways and the city roads.
Winter blast on the horizon. Emergency personnel across the state are preparing for several inches of snowfall.
A winter weather advisory is in effect Friday evening through Saturday morning for the Baltimore metro region.
Transportation officials say Maryland has awarded $10 million in grants to all 23 counties and Baltimore city to fix potholes and repair roads.
Maryland state highway crews are clearing what is hopefully winter’s last gasp.
Maryland State Police say a section of state Route 75 is closed in eastern Frederick County near Johnsville due to a power line brought down by vehicle that slid on the snow-covered road into a utility pole.
It claims more lives than crime or terrorism in Maryland: hundreds of deaths on state roads every year.
The worst of this week’s snow storm may be over, but now people are dealing with its aftermath.
Snow keeps falling on Maryland. After the biggest storm in years, a massive cleanup effort is underway. And we could wake up to more in the morning.
The worst winter storm of the season slams Maryland, and it’s not over yet.
Harford County Executive David Craig has issued an executive order declaring a State of Emergency in Harford County due to the winter storm.