The Board of Supervisors has invited local officials to a “snow summit” to determine what they can do better when the next storm hits.
“People don’t realize how incredibly significant it was and what problems it really created,” says Assistant Superintendent Jeff Platenberg.
Following a massive blizzard and extended cleanup, several children are returning to school for the first time in a while. Here’s how to get your kids back into the swing of things.
There’s good news for food fans who have been unable to shovel out and shovel down some specialty-priced three-course meals: Restaurant Week has been extended.
A Maryland man spent more than $40,000 to plow his own street, but says his reasons extend beyond his neighborhood.
Metrorail service returned to regular service for the first time since snow began falling a week earlier.
Baltimore city officials say all of the city’s roads should be passable by Friday, seven days after a winter storm dumped more than 2 feet of snow onto the streets.
As snow is being cleared in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, officials are announcing changes that drivers, residents and commuters need to know.
Peter Geiger, editor of the Farmers’ Almanac, admits he did not predict 3 feet of snow, but he called for snow showers between Jan. 20 and 28.
RFK Stadium’s parking Lot 7 looks like a frozen tundra fit for a polar bear in the blizzard aftermath.
Baker may have seen a positive side to the struggle to clear roadways, but some residents were just plain mad, saying their neighborhoods hadn’t seen a single plow since the snow started falling.
Montgomery County officials hear pleas to plow a neighborhood so family and friends can pay last respects to a man regarded as his community’s unofficial mayor.
Firefighters want you to dig out the fire hydrant closest to your house, as well as 3 feet of space around it.
Track the region’s recovery efforts after the blizzard of 2016. Find the latest forecast and traffic conditions and much more.
See photos of the days after the blizzard of 2016.