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Sun coverage: Case against Exxon Mobil

Exxon Mobil Corp. was found liable by a Baltimore County jury over a gasoline spill that seeped into the groundwater from a leaking pipe three years ago in Jacksonville.

  • Exxon starts defense in Baltimore Co. gas spill trial

    ExxonMobil Corp. lawyers presented their first witnesses Monday in Baltimore County Circuit Court, opening their defense in a lengthy jury trial after an underground gasoline leak in 2006 - one of the most serious in Maryland's history. Two witnesses - an ExxonMobil territory manager and the then-president...

  • Jacksonville Exxon spill: 5 years later

    In wake of spill at gas station, Jacksonville residents testify about short showers, bottled water and pollution fears in second civil trial

  • Exxon ordered to resume tests of wells in Md.

    ExxonMobil must resume testing 130 residential wells in the Jacksonville area that were affected by a huge underground gasoline leak in 2006, according to a directive from the Maryland Department of the Environment. The oil giant also has been told to resume deliveries of free bottled water to...

  • Exxon ruling draws protest

    County residents appeal reduction of well-water monitoring after 2006 leak

  • Exxon Mobil appeals $150 million award

    Exxon Mobil Corp., the oil company found responsible for a 26,000-gallon gasoline leak into the groundwater of a northern Baltimore County neighborhood in 2006, filed an appeal Friday of a trial verdict that awarded $150 million to a group of residents affected by the spill. "We agree with the...

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