Water Main Break
A water main break is closing lanes along U.S. 1 near the Capital Beltway in Prince George’s County and could cause problems during the morning commute.
Cold temperatures and frozen water lines are causing water lines to bust—leaving people without running water.
These temperatures are wreaking havoc on water mains and water pipes. There are thousands of problems around the Baltimore area—and it’s not getting any better.
Baltimore City officials say they have received nearly 1,000 calls over the past few days due to reported water outages mostly caused by frozen pipes.
DPW crews are working to fix a water main break on Falls Road.
Street repairs along Gay Street in downtown Baltimore will continue this weekend, after public works officials found more damage to a storm drain following last week’s water main break.
A water main break has been reported in Baltimore County.
City officials say they are making progress on a water main break that shut down Gay Street earlier this week.
A moderate-sized water main break is causing some big time hassles in downtown Baltimore Wednesday night.
Winter can take a toll below ground—and when it does, a mess can surface.
The Baltimore City Department of Public Works has announced that work to repair a 6″ water main break at the intersection of Eastern Avenue and Chester Street will temporarily interrupt water service for approximately 300 area homes and businesses.
A water main break halted business at several Harbor restaurants Tuesday night as crews worked into the night.