The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved Public Disaster Assistance for Baltimore County in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Some Maryland residents affected by Superstorm Sandy will be eligible to receive food stamps under a federal aid program.
Officials say the federal government has sent more than $1 million in aid to Somerset County victims of Superstorm Sandy.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley says the White House has approved an individual assistance disaster declaration for people who suffered losses from Superstorm Sandy in Somerset County.
Maryland’s congressional delegation is supporting an appeal for additional help for individuals affected by Superstorm Sandy.
Superstorm Sandy may be gone but lawmakers are still battling to help Maryland recover. The state has been denied federal relief money for the hardest hit areas.
They’ve hauled supplies to the hardest hit areas and now members of the Port of Baltimore community are uniting for victims of Superstorm Sandy.
Asking for disaster relief after Hurricane Sandy slammed into Crisfield brought sympathy from FEMA but no money.
Maryland officials say they will appeal the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s denial of a request for individual assistance for residents of the lower Eastern Shore in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Pencils, coats and cleaning supplies are just a few of the items one Baltimore County school is sending to New Jersey victims of Superstorm Sandy.
The utility that serves the Washington suburbs has asked Maryland regulators for a rate increase that would add about $7 to the average monthly bill of residential customers.
The 2012 hurricane season has come to an end and it’s another one for the record books, above and beyond the destruction of Sandy.