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Tropical Storm Lee (2011)

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  • Mosquito counts triple in parts of Baltimore County

    Mosquito counts triple in parts of Baltimore County
    State inspectors say mosquito counts have tripled in parts of Baltimore County since heavy rains from Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee hit the area. "The mosquitoes on the wing now are quite annoying," said Mike Cantwell, chief of mosquito...
  • Side Street Café in Cockeysville vows to reopen after floods

    Side Street Café in Cockeysville vows to reopen after floods
    A week after flash floods sprung up all across Baltimore County, the lunch crowd on York Road was still pulling fruitlessly into the parking lot in front of Side Street Cafe. But instead of a hefty serving of the familiar — including a greeting...
  • Susquehanna grasses weathered storms

    Susquehanna grasses weathered storms
    A bit of good news - the vast, grassy Susquehanna Flats apparently weathered Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee in good shape. Scientists conducting their annual checkup of the bay's underwater grasses found the lush bed at the mouth of the...
  • Maryland unlikely to have pumpkin shortage

    Maryland unlikely to have pumpkin shortage
    A Halloween without pumpkins? Good grief! But before you race to the grocery store for canned pumpkin to mold into fall's favorite orange orb, consider this: While the soggy residents of Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont are facing a shortage of jack-...
  • Havre de Grace sums up storm costs

    Havre de Grace sums up storm costs
    Havre de Grace spent $28,409 on Hurricane Irene and $12,814 on Tropical Storm Lee, public works director Larry Parks reported at Monday night's city council meeting. He said the city removed 46 truckloads of debris from the hurricane and 18 from the...
  • Most power has been restored in Harford

    Harford County appears to have escaped the worst from the violent thunderstorms that swept across the Baltimore region late Friday and early Saturday, downing trees and utility lines and leaving hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses without power....
  • Extreme energy, extreme weather

    Extreme energy, extreme weather
    There were no tornado warnings last Friday night, when I muted the Nationals game around 11 p.m. I listened intently through my living-room window. A train, I thought. Definitely a train. I should have known better. The warnings have been building for...
  • Perryville fire company requests to connect to town's water supply; town commissioners reject lease deal with cell tower owner

    The Community Fire Company of Perryville has requested to connect a station to the town's water supply. The request, which was brought up during the town's mayor and commissioners work session Tuesday evening, was for Station 16 near the I-95/Route 222...
  • Harford, Cecil seek federal aid after recent storms

    Havre de Grace is likely on the hook for more than $12,000 spent on cleanup from Tropical Storm Lee that caused significant flooding along the Susquehanna earlier this month, while Port Deposit and Perryville remain hopeful for federal aid in the wake...
  • State, localities prepared for first storm of year

    State, localities prepared for first storm of year
    The Baltimore Sun As state and local highway crews braced for the first storm of the new year, they took comfort in the fact that their budgets have plenty of money to handle it — and more. Mild weather has kept the region's plows idle, salt sheds...
  • Monkton-White Hall bridge to close Jan. 30 for repairs

    The bridge over Little Falls on Hicks-Wilson Road on the Monkton-White Hall line will be closed on Jan. 30 so crews can repair damage caused by Tropical Storm Lee last September. Baltimore County crews will repair deteriorated abutments that were further...
  • Storms may have killed off many stink bugs

    Storms may have killed off many stink bugs
    The combined fury of Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee may have drowned much of the region's stink bug population, but scientists are still hesitant to say that homeowners will see fewer of them when the weather warms. Scientists say something...