Help for those hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy comes in many forms, but none quite so sweet as what’s coming from Baltimore.
Many parts of the East Coast are still reeling from the destructive force of Superstorm Sandy. WJZ’s First Warning Weather team has been analyzing this unusual storm since it struck Maryland.
The state of Maryland is asking President Barack Obama to declare a major disaster in the state due to damage from Superstorm Sandy.
A Baltimore County high school student shot on the first day of school will attend a blood drive in the cafeteria where the shooting took place.
Some Washington-area customers won’t be getting the giant Christmas trees they ordered after Superstorm Sandy buried a Maryland farm in more than 2 feet of snow and snapped many of the 15- to 35-foot firs.
A helping hand headed to New Jersey. That’s what utility workers in New Jersey requested after Superstorm Sandy swept through their area.
Garrett County officials are reviewing their response to Superstorm Sandy, which dumped 3 feet of heavy, wet snow, and caused catastrophic damage to the power system, closed roads and threatened communications networks.
The football game between Morgan State and Hampton scheduled to be played at Yankee Stadium on Nov. 17 has been moved to Morgan State’s Baltimore campus.
The Agriculture Department is sending food aid to victims of Superstorm Sandy.
Getting help to the areas hit hardest by Sandy has put Marylanders on the road.
Federal and local authorities on Maryland’s Eastern Shore are working to find housing for more than 275 Crisfield residents displaced by last week’s storm.
Potomac Edison says about 3,200 homes and businesses in Garrett County are still without power a week after Superstorm Sandy dumped up to 2 1/2 feet of snow in the far western Maryland mountains.