WASHINGTON — In Maryland, which has historically ducked many of the worst storms of the last 50 years, the question is increasingly not if but when the next big one will strike. And while some believe the state has often…
Climate scientists expect a particularly strong El Nino this summer to lead to fewer hurricanes in the Atlantic, including Maryland.
CRISFIELD – One year after Hurricane Sandy made landfall, the Maryland town of Crisfield continues to pick up the pieces. For Crisfield resident Teresa Shallcross, the storm still brings back painful memories.
Smith Island residents believe the Maryland government is looking to abandon their home. Now, they’re fighting back.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has denied Maryland’s request for financial help for lower Eastern Shore residents affected by Superstorm Sandy.
Nearly a month after Sandy ravaged the East Coast and displaced hundreds, Crisfield residents are still waiting to hear whether the federal government will help them rebuild their flooded homes and businesses.
OCEAN CITY- Maryland’s largest resort town of Ocean City is cleaning up from a visit from super storm Sandy. Crisfield on the Eastern Shore is still flooded, with many residents still staying in shelters. Meanwhile, the boardwalk area is dealing with sand displacement, debris, and damage to the town’s iconic fishing pier. Some business owners and residents ventured out of their homes for the first time Wednesday to assess the damage and begin rebuilding. Many give credit to the beach restoration efforts for keeping damage down.
One local Ocean City business located on the town’s inlet is again cleaning up after a run-in with yet another major storm.
As all eyes were turned to the coast after Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc there, Garrett County suffered from the storm’s aftermath quietly without attention until Thursday when the governor came to town.