Broken 20" Valve Causes Water Outage At Poe HomesThey explained that crews had responded earlier this week to a break in the area, but it wasn't until later this week that the extent of the problem with the failed valve was discovered. 
City Officials Identify DPW Worker Who Died After Falling Into Water Of Baltimore Wastewater PlantBaltimore city officials have identified the DPW worker who was found dead after falling into a Baltimore wastewater treatment vat of water as Trina Cunningham. 
DPW Worker's Body Found In Water At Baltimore Patapsco Wastewater Treatment PlantReports earlier in the evening said she may have fallen into a water tank, but Baltimore Fire said they cannot confirm that and are currently searching for her. 
Baltimore Furloughed US Workers, Contractors Eligible For Water Bill Late Fee Waiver, Payment PlansThe waiver will specifically be for those employees and contractors who are customers of the Baltimore City water system.
Estimated 1,500 Homes Without Water As DPW Repairs Water Main BreakAt around 10:30 Thursday morning, the water main began undergoing repair in the 3400 block of Eastern Boulevard. 
30% Water Rate Hike Approved By City's Board Of EstimatesBaltimore City's Board of Estimates approved a 30 percent water rate increase Wednesday morning.
DPW Temporarily Closes Loch Raven Drive To Repair Rain DamageThe temporary closure, between Providence Road and Morgan Mill Road, is due to erosion caused by heavy rainfall over the last several months.
Up To 30 Homes Without Water Following Dundalk Water Main Break The Department of Public Works confirms up to 30 homes are without water Wednesday night following a water main break in Dundalk.
DPW Crews Work To Repair Charles Street Water Main BreakThere is no word yet on what caused the break, but the road is closed while repairs are being made.
Ice Blankets Neighborhoods After Water Main Breaks Caused By Intense ColdBone-chilling temperatures are causing water main breaks across the region.
Sewer Overflows Into The Jones Falls, DPW SaysA sanitary sewer has overflowed into the Jones Falls, according to the Baltimore City Department of Public Works.