WASHINGTON — About 2,000 Dominion Virginia Power customers are without service in Prince William County. Dominion spokesman Dan Genest said a car accident on Grand Park Road in Dumfries, Virginia caused the outage around 2:30…
WASHINGTON — The power is coming back on for most who lost it in Monday night’s storms, but a number remain, and some traffic lights in the District are out on Tuesday morning as well.…
WASHINGTON — After a day that saw large areas of the District and Maryland lose electricity, about 1,600 people in Prince George’s County lost their power early Wednesday morning. The outage was resolved by 6:45…
UPDATE 11:32 p.m. 2/9/2015: Dominion Power reports that the power is back on. EARLIER: WASHINGTON — About 2,300 people have lost power in Fairfax County on Monday night. Chuck Penn, of Dominion Power, says that…
UPDATE 2:15 a.m. 12/22/2014: Dominion Power is now reporting only 13 outages in Northern Virginia. EARLIER: WASHINGTON — Thousands of people in Prince William County are without power on Sunday night. Dominion Power is reporting…
PEPCO says the outage, which began at about 9 p.m., is due to a problem at the Benning Road substation.
WASHINGTON — Hundreds in the area are still without lights after Sunday night’s storms. About 1,000 Pepco customers are still without power in Montgomery County, as well as a handful in Prince George’s County. Dominion…
The threat of severe weather we dealt with Tuesday afternoon and night is over, but the storms left many in the region in the dark.
The storms that blew through the WTOP listening area Sunday night left thousands without power.
Hundreds of people in the area are without power and air conditioning
across the D.C. area Thursday morning in the aftermath of a Wednesday night storm.
The weather has knocked out power to many people in the region.
Rain and gusty winds Tuesday evening led to power outages throughout
the region Wednesday morning.
Pepco says it\’s restored electricity to more than 2,200 Pepco customers in the District.
Thousands across the region are still in the dark Thursday after Wednesday\’s ice storm caused power outages.
Thousands of Potomac Edison customers without power may want
to find another place to stay after a spokesman for the utility company said
Wednesday there is \”absolutely no way\” power will be restored to all customers by
the end of Wednesday.