FirstEnergy Spending More On Md., W.Va. LinesFirstEnergy Corp. says it plans to more than double its spending on projects to improve the reliability of electrical power to Potomac Edison customers in parts of Maryland and West Virginia.
Settlement Offer Weighed In Md. Utility CaseA lawyer says a settlement has been offered to resolve a case involving meter reading practices by Potomac Edison in western Maryland.
Utility Workers Picket For New ContractUnion utility workers are picketing in Frederick to draw attention to their contract dispute with FirstEnergy Corp.
Potomac Edison President Overseeing Many ProjectsPotomac Edison, like many companies, is seeing business pick up after the recession.
Potomac Edison Spending $55 Million On UpgradesPotomac Edison says it's spending $55 million this year to upgrade its electrical system in western Maryland and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia.
Md. Agency Investigates Meter Reader Complaints The Maryland Public Service Commission says it's investigating complaints that Potomac Edison overbilled some western Maryland electricity customers by failing to read their meters as often as required.
Power On In Western Md. After Weather OutagesPotomac Edison says it has restored power to more than 1,000 customers in western Maryland after snow and strong wind gusts caused power outages earlier this weekend.
14% Of Garrett County Homes Still Lack PowerPotomac 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.
Potomac Edison Says 72,700 Lost Power In StormPotomac Edison says 72,700 of its 251,000 customers lost power during the summer storms that knocked out power to more than a million in Maryland.
Md. Utility Says It's Addressing Meter ComplaintsWestern Maryland electric utility Potomac Edison says it's addressing complaints about the timeliness of its meter reading.
Md. Court Decision Detrimental To PATH Power LineA Frederick County judge is affirming a decision blocking a key component of a proposed multistate power line.
Potomac Edison: October Snow Cut Power To 34K At PeakPotomac Edison says more than 34,000 customers in western Maryland were without power at one point during October's snowstorm.
8,700 Without Power In Western MarylandA Potomac Edison spokesman says it could be Wednesday before power is restored to all customers in western Maryland affected by this weekend's winter storm.
Frederick Opening Cooling Center The city of Frederick says it's opening a cooling center to help residents cope with the hot weather.