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The tornado watch & flood advisories cover much of Maryland Wednesday night into Thursday.
Gov. Martin O'Malley celebrated the achievement at an Anne Arundel County school.
The Neighborhood Files
The Maryland Public Service Commission ruled Monday that customers will have additional options, which may include opting out of smart meters.
The association's leaders claimed that there would be more than $4 billion in federal funding cuts in public education nationwide if sequestration provisions are implemented.
As of 2 p.m., officials from the utilities company report that power has been restored to more than 133,000 customers.
Officials from the utilities company said the service won't be provided because the damage from Sandy is expected to be widespread.
Government, Police & Fire, Business
Officials from the utilities company announced Saturday that the outages may last several days.
Baltimore Gas & Electric officials say the crews will join "thousands" of their workers.
The Maryland Public Service Commission found the practice to be an additional burden on customers already facing hardships.
A Baltimore Gas & Electric official shares tips on preparing for Hurricane Sandy.
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