Program Helps Pay For Cleanup After Some Sewage Backups In BaltimoreBaltimore will now pay a maximum of $2,500 toward cleanup cost associated with some basement sewage backups.
Febreze Freshens Up Town After 'Poop Train' Wreaks HavocCarloads of the odor-eliminating products, produced by Procter & Gamble, were recently delivered to residents in Parrish, Alabama after a New York City "poop train" was hauled away on April 17.
Sewage Spill Reaches Maryland's Deep Creek LakeGarrett County officials say they're monitoring the water quality of Deep Creek Lake after up to 1,700 gallons of raw sewage leaked from a faulty pumping system at a lakeside home in McHenry.
Board Approves $35M For Sewage Treatment PlantsMaryland's Board of Public Works has approved $35 million in funding to upgrade sewage treatment plants and septic systems.
8-Inch Water Main Break Causes Sewer Overflow In Northeast BaltimoreAn estimated 15,000 gallons of wastewater overflowed after a water main broke in Northeast Baltimore.
DPW Crews Working To Repair Sewage Main Break In Bel AirWater and sewer crews are working to repair a 30 inch sewage main break in Bel Air.
Md. Plant Adds Features To Prevent Sewage OverflowHoward County Executive Ken Ulman plans to break ground on backup generators and solar panels that will be installed at the Little Patuxent Water Reclamation Plant.
Heavy Rains Lead To Sewage Overflow In Md.Officials say excessive rainfall led to a sewage overflow at a wastewater pumping station in Fort Washington.
District Court In Essex Closes Early Due To Sewage BackupThe District Court Of Maryland in Essex closed at noon Thursday due to a sewage backup.
Sewage Spill Prompts Deep Creek Lake RestrictionsGarrett County officials say about 36,000 gallons of sewage spilled into a creek that flows into Deep Creek Lake.
Environmental Group Wants More Done To Clean Up City Sewer SystemThere are charges that Baltimore City has broken its promise to clean up the harbor. The city pledged $1 billion to stop sewage leaks from pouring into the water.
Rain To Blame For Massive Sewage Overflow In PG CountyThe Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission says heavy rainfall was the cause of a sewage spill into Accokeek Creek.