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  • Hearing set for Tuesday to discuss 'smart meter' fires

    Hearing set for Tuesday to discuss 'smart meter' fires
    The news that a Southeast Pennsylvania utility company has suspended "smart meter" installations following reports that some have overheated and caused fires has prompted the Maryland Public Service Commission to schedule a public hearing Tuesday to...
  • Utilities defend 'smart meters' before Public Service Commission

    Utilities defend 'smart meters' before Public Service Commission
    Four major electricity providers defended the safety of "smart meters" Tuesday at a hearing called by the Maryland Public Service Commission after commissioners read reports of similar meters overheating and catching fire in Southeastern Pennsylvania....
  • Solar lights up the Mount

    Solar lights up the Mount
    Maryland's largest solar facility - for now - debuted today (Wednesday, 8/29) in Emmitsburg, with officials celebrating completion of the $50 million project at Mount St. Mary's University. Gov. Martin O'Malley was to be on hand for the dedication of the...
  • Calvert Cliffs nuclear power project facing 60-day deadline

    Calvert Cliffs nuclear power project facing 60-day deadline
    Once promoted as the vanguard of a "nuclear renaissance," a proposed new reactor at the Calvert Cliffs nuclear power plant in Southern Maryland now faces a major new roadblock, with federal regulators threatening to shelve the troubled $9.6 billion...
  • Smaller crowds and clouds greet the Grand Prix

    Smaller crowds and clouds greet the Grand Prix
    Ryan Hunter-Reay won the second Grand Prix of Baltimore, a sloppy race full of fits and starts run before a diminished crowd. Organizers, though, came away convinced that this year's hastily planned event proved an IndyCar race can work downtown....
  • City Council gives preliminary approval to Harbor Point tax break

    City Council gives preliminary approval to Harbor Point tax break
    The Baltimore City Council gave preliminary approval on Monday to a proposal for a decade of tax breaks for Harbor Point, the future home of Exelon Corp.'s Baltimore headquarters. Two council members, Nick Mosby and Carl Stokes, voted against including...
  • Port Deposit ordered to evacuate

     
    The mayor of Port Deposit, Md. has ordered a mandatory evacuation of the town starting at 8 p.m. Thursday as waters continue to rise on the Susquehanna."All residents of Main Street should prepare to evacuate," the order said. "A shelter......
  • Critic of Constellation deal wants $810 million in incentives

    Critic of Constellation deal wants $810 million in incentives
    A critic of Constellation Energy Group's proposed merger with Chicago-based Exelon Corp. wants the two firms to provide $810 million in incentives to Maryland ratepayers and other stakeholders as part of the power companies' deal. The proposal by Good...
  • Exelon: Baltimore will see 'most impactful' job cuts in Constellation merger

    The Baltimore headquarters of Constellation Energy Group, which agreed to sell itself to Chicago-based Exelon Corp., will see the "most impactful" job cuts related to the $7.9 billion deal, according to a top Exelon executive. In a meeting with Exelon...
  • O'Malley fills vacancies on Public Service Commission

    Gov. Martin O'Malley appointed Kevin Hughes and Kelly Speakes-Backman on Wednesday to fill vacancies on the Maryland Public Service Commission. The appointments come as the state's energy regulatory body prepares to tackle several important cases later...
  • Earthquake in Virginia rattles Baltimore and the East Coast

    Earthquake in Virginia rattles Baltimore and the East Coast
    A frightening earthquake jolted Baltimore and much of the East Coast on Tuesday, shaking buildings and rattling nerves. Thousands of people streamed from offices and homes into the afternoon sunshine, stunned by a phenomenon more commonly associated...
  • BGE faces anger from customers, questions from regulators

    BGE faces anger from customers, questions from regulators
    Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. will face questioning from state regulators over its response to power outages caused by Hurricane Irene after a chorus of criticism from angry customers and public officials. The Public Service Commission, the state's...