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  • BGE said it will spend millions to check, replace poles

    BGE said it will spend millions to check, replace poles
    Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. said Friday that it expects to spend more than $15 million to inspect, maintain and replace utility poles in parts of the region this year. BGE said it plans to check the condition of more than 36,000 of the wooden poles...
  • Maryland Science Center to spend $3.15 million on new exhibits

    Maryland Science Center to spend $3.15 million on new exhibits
    By the end of September, Maryland Science Center visitors will be able to stop by The Shed for lessons on bicycle repair or a tutorial on soldering or some other hands-on class. They'll have a chance to sit under a state-of-the-art digital sky in the...
  • Md. ninth on energy efficiency, may fall short of goal

    Md. ninth on energy efficiency, may fall short of goal
    Maryland retained its ninth-best ranking on a national comparison of states' energy efficiency efforts, but a separate report also out Wednesday said Maryland must up the ante if it doesn't want to fall short of its own goals. The state score card,...
  • BGE plan to uproot hundreds of trees in Leakin Park sparks furor

    BGE plan to uproot hundreds of trees in Leakin Park sparks furor
    One of the largest urban woodland parks in the eastern United States appears destined to get less wooded. Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. aims to cut a swath up to two miles long through Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park in West Baltimore to replace an aging...
  • BGE to pay $350,000 to resolve racial hiring concerns

    BGE to pay $350,000 to resolve racial hiring concerns
    Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. plans to announce today that it will pay $350,000 to a group of African-American job candidates to resolve hiring-diversity concerns raised by the federal government. A routine audit by the U.S. Department of Labor found...
  • Deal for new power plant ruled unconstitutional

    Deal for new power plant ruled unconstitutional
    A federal judge has ruled unconstitutional an arrangement approved by state regulators to allow construction of a new power plant in Southern Maryland, an effort to increase locally produced electricity before tight supply causes reliability problems. By...
  • BGE to start utility roadwork on Russell St. next week

    BGE to start utility roadwork on Russell St. next week
    Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. said Tuesday that it will close lanes on Russell Street and nearby city roads beginning Oct. 7 to move underground utilities, work it says is needed to accommodate construction of the Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore. BGE...
  • Vacant house collapses in Baltimore, displacing nearby residents

    Vacant house collapses in Baltimore, displacing nearby residents
    Eleven people were displaced from their homes Tuesday night after a vacant rowhouse in Southwest Baltimore partially collapsed, compromising the houses on either side of it. Connor Scott, a spokesman for the city's Office of Emergency Management, said...
  • BGE delays start of Russell St. work for a week

    BGE delays start of Russell St. work for a week
    Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. said Thursday that it will close lanes on Russell Street and nearby city roads beginning Oct. 14 rather than Monday to move underground utilities, work it said is needed to accommodate construction of the Horseshoe Casino in...
  • Angela M. Lidinsky, homemaker

    Angela M. Lidinsky, homemaker
    Angela M. Lidinsky, a homemaker and volunteer, died Saturday of complications from a stroke at St. Joseph's Nursing Home in Catonsville. She was 90. The daughter of a Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. manager and a homemaker, Angela Mary Miller was born...
  • Trend toward solar-powered homes catching on in Laurel

    Trend toward solar-powered homes catching on in Laurel
    Chip Gribben has been a green kind of guy for a long time. He composts his scraps in his back yard, uses energy-efficient light bulbs and has been driving an electric car for 20 years. But only last year did he and his wife take one of the biggest steps...
  • Casino construction to have major impact on city traffic

    Casino construction to have major impact on city traffic
    Local commuters and Ravens fans should get ready for major gridlock near the city's gridiron. Transportation officials are warning of heavy traffic congestion in South Baltimore — and bracing for its spread into the downtown area — as lane...