Officials have released the names of two men who died after going into cardiac arrest while shoveling snow and a third man who also died of cardiac arrest the same day.
The worst of this week’s snow storm may be over, but now people are dealing with its aftermath.
Maryland caps off a wild week of winter weather with yet another round of snow.
The big dig is underway across Maryland, but winter’s wrath isn’t over yet. More snow could be on the way.
Snow dangers. Officials have a warning for anyone digging out after the storm after several deaths were reported.
It’s been a few years since Maryland’s had a real winter, and it’s welcome weather for some.
After a truly amazing, unforgettable storm has left much of the Greater Baltimore Area with around a foot of snow, we’re noticing that the sky has cleared rapidly early Friday morning.
Commuters faced slick roads on Friday after yet another winter storm brought snow and ice to the East Coast, leaving at least 24 people dead, including a pregnant woman struck by a mini-plow in New York City whose baby was then born by cesarean section and two Good Samaritans killed when they tried to aid a truck driver on a snow-covered interstate in North Carolina.
An igloo village in Finlad is open to visitors. If you’re looking to vacation in the snow, head to this arctic resort Kakslauttanen.
Love is blooming in the snow as Mid-Atlantic residents dig out from the winter’s biggest storm in time for Valentine’s Day.
The worst winter storm of the season slams Maryland, and it’s not over yet.
While plow drivers work around the clock to uncover Maryland, people have had more than enough of the mess. Many spent hours trying to dig out Thursday, only to be covered by snow again.