Maryland News

Residents Concerned About Repeated Sewage Backups In Baltimore

January 3, 2020

When it rains in Baltimore, residents like Vernadine Kimball fear raw sewage seeping into their homes.

Environmental advocates from Frederick County and across Maryland call for action to Protect Frederick’s Forests

October 28, 2019

THURMONT — On Saturday, October 26, Stream-Link Education organized over one hundred volunteers to plant a new 6-acre forest on formerly open land in Thurmont, Maryland.

City falls short on sewage backups

November 11, 2019

The city must do more to support residents dealing with this crisis.

Baltimore council members to ‘demand answers’ from DPW

November 11, 2019

As councilmembers representing areas where repeat basement backups have affected dozens of homeowners that we know about, and thousands more across the city, we wil

City Council grills DPW about program meant to help residents with raw sewage backups

November 14, 2019


City Council members want answers around large gap between people being impacted by sewage problems and city paying out claims