BGE Settles Suit Stemming From Child's Death in ExplosionBaltimore Gas and Electric says it has settled a lawsuit that faulted the company's gas lines for causing an explosion in an East Baltimore rowhouse that killed an 8-year-old-boy.
Theft of Copper Wire Causes Power Outage in LinthicumStolen copper wiring seems to be the culprit of a power outage in Anne Arundel County on Sunday.
Strong Storms Leave A Child Dead, A Family Displaced and Thousands Without PowerA boy is dead and thousands of people in Maryland and Virginia are in the dark after strong storms moved through the region Tuesday night.
Md. Power Companies Barred From Shutting Off Service Until May 31The Maryland Public Service Commission is giving utility customers a break after an unusually cold winter.
Power Outages From Ice Storm Drop Below 16,000 in Md.Utilities are making steady progress in restoring power to tens of thousands, but one utility says some Maryland residents will be in the dark until Saturday.
Utilities Ask Customers to Cut Energy Use Utilities in Maryland and Washington are asking customers to reduce energy use as hot weather blankets the region.
Power Out? Call These NumbersIf your power goes out here are the numbers you can call to report it.
BGE Warning Customers of New Utility Scam Baltimore Gas and Electric is warning customers about a new telephone scam.
Power Restored to Most Homes in Anne Arundel County Baltimore Gas and Electric has restored power to most of the nearly 70,000 homes and businesses in Anne Arundel County that lost power after a disruption to main power lines serving the area.
BGE, Dominion, Pepco Not Waiting Around For Storm To HitWith warnings of potential derechos and tornados swirling around, it seems the power companies are learning to head the storm at the pass.
Reston Neighborhood Hit Hard By Weekend StormSaturday's storms in wreaked havoc on the D.C. area after possible tornado funnels toured the region, uprooting trees and knocking out power for thousands.
Hurricane Isaac Pulls Almost 500 D.C. Utility Employees Down To FloridaResidents of the D.C. Metropolitan area should be hoping they don’t experience any major power outages in the next few days, with Dominion power short over one hundred employees.