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The 2-to-4-foot free trees will be delivered directly to recipients' properties.
Water restrictions necessitated by a massive water main break in Chevy Chase on Monday, March 18, were lifted at about 6 p.m. Saturday.
WSSC hopes to have the repaired line back in service by the end of the weekend.
WSSC crews determined that the pipe that broke was a 60-inch water transmission pipe connected to a 54-inch line—not a 54-inch pipe, as originally reported.
The Neighborhood Files
The peak bloom is predicted to take place between March 26 and 30, the National Park Service announced.
The Maryland Public Service Commission issued an order on Wednesday directing electricity companies to improve service reliability and resiliency.
Business, Going Green
This weekend is Maryland's annual Shop Maryland Energy weekend.
Cardinal Donald Wuerl—archbishop of the Archdiocese of Washington, which includes Montgomery and Prince George's counties—is one of 10 American cardinals who will vote on the new pope.
Three new bills introduced on Tuesday in the Maryland House of Delegates aim to improve public participation in the Maryland Public Service Commission's oversight of utilities such as Pepco.
Your guide to how two major events will affect the local area.
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