First came the earthquake. Then the hurricane. Now comes the bill. And with any luck, you have a decent insurance policy that will cover the cost of most, if not all, of the damages sustained in one or both natural ...Read More »
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Maryland endured an earthquake this week, and is getting ready for a hurricane. And all just days before the city of Baltimore is set to host its inaugural Grand Prix. See what stories made the top 5 this week. 1. ...
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WASHINGTON — Her name is Iris, and with her straight, elegant, red-orange hair she is beyond dispute the prettiest orangutan at the National Zoo. She’s calm, quiet, unflappable. “Iris lives the life of a queen,” says great-ape keeper Amanda Bania. ...Read More »
Quake shakes Md. without much harm A 5.8 magnitude earthquake sent office workers streaming onto the streets of Baltimore and other Maryland cities Tuesday afternoon. Many businesses closed early, snarling traffic. Inspectors checked buildings without finding much damage. Aftershocks also centered ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — The nation’s capital has prepared for emergencies with sleek communication systems, intelligence fusion centers and chemical detection centers at train stations. But what showed during the 5.8-magnitude quake that shook much of the East Coast on Tuesday was ...Read More »
UPPER MARLBORO — Prince George’s County officials say 32 schools will remain closed for ongoing structural assessments following the East Coast earthquake. Officials say that after an initial review, the 32 schools were determined to require further review and will ...Read More »
The earthquake shook M&T Bank Stadium just before 2 p.m. Tuesday, and by that night Rafael Sabelli was in the air, on a red eye flight from San Francisco to Baltimore. With a thick stack of schematics under his arm, ...Read More »
Structural engineers — including a seismic expert from San Francisco — inspected M&T Bank Stadium Wednesday morning looking for any damage that Tuesday's earthquake may have caused. The Daily Record was with them as they examined the concrete, steel, brick and other parts of the structure, ensuring it was safe for fans at Thursday night's Ravens game vs. the Washington Redskins.Read More »