Superstorm Sandy released 11 billion gallons of sewage from East Coast treatment plants into bodies of water from Washington, D.C., to Connecticut.
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission says sewage continues to flow into Reddy Branch Creek in Olney.
Maryland’s Board of Public Works has approved $3.6 million for a wind power project in Crisfield, clearing the way for construction to begin.
The Anne Arundel County Health Department is warning residents to stay away from the Little Patuxent River after a power outage caused an overflow of 2 million gallons of wastewater into the river during the superstorm.
Salisbury officials say the city could be fined unless they can prove that they couldn’t prevent pump failures that led to a sewage spill.
Frederick County officials are trying to determine why a sewage treatment plant malfunction went unnoticed for 90 minutes.
Anne Arundel County health officials say more than 3,000 gallons of sewage have spilled out of a pumping station in Arnold.
The Montgomery County Council is scheduled to vote on a zoning amendment that would limit where large gas stations can be located.
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.
Maryland’s Board of Public Works has approved more than $37 million in grants for upgrading septic systems and wastewater treatment plants.
Fort Detrick is reporting a sewage spill along the Monocacy River in Frederick.
A coalition of Maryland environmental groups is calling for a four-fold increase in the so-called flush fee for sewage and septic system upgrades.