BGE Launches First Energy Savings Day Of Summer FridayTo coincide with the high demand for electricity in the region, BGE has launched its first Energy Savings Day of the summer.  
Baltimore Gas And Electric Workers Rally Against Understaffing, Working Conditions And Under-TrainingDozens of Baltimore Gas and Electric workers hosted a rally today outside the BGE building on West Fayette Street Saturday
Aberdeen Police Urge Motorists To Avoid Part of Route 40 Because Of Crash, Down PoleAberdeen Police are advising motorists to avoid Route 40 at Robinhood and Oakington Road Sunday after a serious car accident with a BGE pole down.
BGE Restores Power To Homes Near Pikesville Gas ExplosionPower has been restored to the homes near the Pikesville gas explosion, Baltimore Gas & Electric officials said Sunday.
Crash Causes Power Outages In Northwest BaltimoreA car crash causes power outages in Baltimore City early Thursday morning.
BGE Awards 88 Small Businesses $20K To Help With COVID ReliefThe utility company is giving $20,000 to businesses ranging from "food and beverage" to "healthcare" and even beauty. 
Man Sues Baltimore, BGE Over August Home Gas ExplosionA man who was seriously injured in a natural gas explosion in Baltimore has filed a lawsuit against Baltimore Gas & Electric as well as the city.
BGE Gives Desks To Baltimore City Schools Kids Learning From HomeFive City schools received 20 desks each from Open Works, partially funded by BGE, and thanks to some help from Stanley Black & Decker. 
28 New Electric Vehicle Charging Stations To Be Installed In Baltimore CountyThere will soon be more opportunity for you to charge your electric vehicle around Baltimore County. 
BGE Crews Ready For Winter Storm, Customers Reminded To Prepare For Potential OutagesBGE said Wednesday crews are ready for the winter storm that is expected to bring snow and ice to much of Maryland starting early Thursday morning and remind customers to prepare for potential power outages. 
BGE Warns Of New Pandemic-Related Phone ScamsBGE is once again warning about an increase in scams involving the COVID-19 pandemic.