WILLIAMSPORT — Potomac Edison says it’s spending $55 million this year to upgrade its electrical system in western Maryland and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. The company said Tuesday that the projects include new distribution circuits and replacement of ...Read More »
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Regional power grid planners say a proposed $2 billion transmission line from West Virginia to Maryland is no longer needed. PJM Interconnection’s Transmission Planning Staff says a slow economy has reduced demand for electricity. Planners also say ...Read More »
FREDERICK — A Frederick County judge is affirming a decision blocking a key component of a proposed multistate power line. Circuit Judge Edward Dwyer issued his opinion Wednesday in a case involving the Potomac-Appalachian Transmission Highline. He affirmed a local ...Read More »
Planned community homes sold McWilliams5/8Ballard said Wednesday it has sold and settled all homes at The Village at King Farm, in Rockville. Part of the King Farm planned community, The Village at King Farm consists of 49 condominiums above retail, ...Read More »
County expands small business loan fund Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced on Wednesday that five more banks have joined the Baltimore County Small Business Loan Partnership, bringing total commitments to the loan fund to $12.35 million from 20 financial ...
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FirstEnergy Corp. of Akron, Ohio said its FirstEnergy Solutions subsidiary has signed a long-term agreement to purchase the output from the Maryland Solar Farm, a $70 million, green energy facility planned by Easton-based Maryland Solar LLC for 250 acres of ...Read More »
Hotel gas leak lawsuits settled In Baltimore, 34 Ruth’s Chris restaurant workers who claim they suffered carbon monoxide poisoning from a Pier 5 Hotel leak in 2008 have settled their claims during a mediation ordered by the Court of Special Appeals. ...
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Virginia regulators are set to dismiss the application to build the $2.1 billion Potomac-Appalachian Transmission Highline high-voltage power line, effectively mothballing the project for the foreseeable future. PATH, a joint venture of Allegheny Energy Co. — now part of FirstEnergy ...Read More »
HAGERSTOWN — The president of FirstEnergy Corp.’s Maryland operations says the company will add 30 to 40 workers at its Williamsport office. James Fakult made the announcement Wednesday at a Washington County Chamber of Commerce meeting. He says the new ...Read More »