Along the Georgetown waterfront, workers are peeling up the thick mud covering the walkway with a power washer and snow shovel.
Flooded and without power, NYC tech companies try to make do after Sandy
WTOP's Del Walters reports
Superstorm Sandy has left her mark across the state _ from snow-covered hills in Garrett County to decimated piers in Ocean City and flooded basements everywhere in between _ but she also made waves in the business community, where the ripple effects are still noticeable.
Not unstoppable: System that was superstorm Sandy is tapering off with snow in Appalachia
Sen. Barbara Mikulski is scheduled to tour the Red Cross Superstorm Sandy disaster operations center.
Maryland voters returned to the polls Wednesday after early voting was canceled the previous two days due to superstorm Sandy.
Researchers are fanning out across the Chesapeake to see what Sandy has wrought.
The waterfront rides on Casino Pier are gone, swallowed by the sea. A roller coaster bobs lazily in the waves. Sand, leaves and debris choke roads lined with houses that rest on their sides.
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If people without power are using a generator at home, knowing proper safety procedures could mean the difference between life and death.
Superstorm Sandy's days are numbered.
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A state-by-state look at what's happening with the East Coast superstorm
Hurricane Sandy, after killing at least 69 people in the Caribbean, streamed northward, merged with two wintry weather systems and socked the Northeast, mid-Atlantic and Great Lakes with wind, waves, rain and snow. Some figures associated with Sandy's rampage through the U.S., as of Wednesday night:
Election officials from states hit by Hurricane Sandy had a phone conference with Louisiana's top elections official about preparing for elections after a devastating hurricane.
Concerns about downed trees and snow accumulations prompted the National Park Service to ask motorists to avoid traveling on the Blue Ridge Parkway over the next several days.