Sanitation Workers Considered Essential And Busy With Rise In Residential TrashWhile some services are suspended or modified amid the coronavirus pandemic, Baltimore City’s residential trash and recycling pickup continues.
Coronavirus-Related Scams Involving Stimulus Checks, Water Filters Being ReportedOfficials are warning people to be vigilant as scammers are making the rounds with multiple coronavirus-related schemes.
Public Works Employee Injured While Working On Druid Park Lake Tank ProjectA Baltimore public works employee was injured while working on the multi-year underground tank project at Druid Lake Park Monday, officials said.
Residents Concerned About Repeated Sewage Backups In BaltimoreWhen it rains in Baltimore, many fear raw sewage seeping into their homes. 
Baltimore DPW Crews Work Overnight To Fix Dozens Of Water Main Breaks Across The CityBaltimore Department of Public Works crews worked throughout the night to restore dozens of water main breaks throughout the city. 
City: Wealthy Baltimore Area Got Extra Services Worth $100KThe inspector general of Baltimore says a wealthy community in the city got an extra day of trash collection each week, costing the city about $100,000 over the last decade.
$5.6M Sat Unused By Baltimore Department Of Public Works Since 2007, Audit FindsAfter the issue was brought up, the bulk of the funding went toward compliance projects- aka maintenance- at Baltimore's landfill. 
Kurt Kocher Named As Acting DPW Communications DirectorLong-time Baltimore City employee Kurt Kocher will serve as the Acting Director of the Department of Public Works Communications Division following the passing of Jeffrey Raymond. 
Downpours From Severe Storms Causes Sewer Overflows In BaltimoreThe fast-moving storms that hit parts of Baltimore on Thursday night caused a sewer overflow of almost 7.8 million gallons of stormwater mixed with sewer water into Herring Run, and over 830,000 gallons into the Jones Falls. 
Waste Experts, Residents Calling For More Trash Cans Throughout Baltimore Amid Littering ProblemsLast week, trash collectors from out-of-state got in on the cleanup in Easterwood -- their diagnosis besides illegal dumping? Litter.
Water System Upgrades Coming To Poe Homes After June Main BreakThe city's public works department said it will be upgrading or rehabilitating several water mains near the Poe Homes in an effort to improve water pressure and system reliability.