Early voting is set to resume in the District of Columbia after being halted for two days because of superstorm Sandy.
Federal government offices in the Washington area will reopen Wednesday after being closed for two days because of superstorm Sandy.
More than 128,500 electricity customers in Virginia don't have any power as a result of superstorm Sandy.
A low-lying section of a cemetery in Frederick has flooded from waters rising from the Monocacy River, but cemetery officials say all the graves are secure.
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Wet snow and high winds spinning off the edge of superstorm Sandy spread blizzard conditions over parts of West Virginia and neighboring Appalachian states Tuesday, shutting one interstate as trucks and cars bogged down and knocking out power to many.
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D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray says the local government is preparing to open along with public schools in the city.
While some people took cover at home during Monday's superstorm, others hunkered down at local bars to take advantage of a day off work.
A tidal surge triggered by superstorm Sandy sent water overflowing a riverbank and gushing out of storm drains, quickly swamping two northern New Jersey towns and setting off a frantic middle-of-the-night rescue of people stranded in houses and on rooftops.
Power has been restored to the Little Patuxent Water Reclamation Plant in Howard County, Md. after millions of gallons of sewage spilled into the Chesapeake Bay.
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Chincoteague's most celebrated summer visitors _ the wild ponies of Assateague Island _ apparently weathered Superstorm Sandy.
A video of Washington Gas crew members repairing damage after a giant tree fell on top of a home on Quebec Street NW in Washington D.C.
National Mall largely unaffected by Sandy; no flooding anticipated
The National Park Service says its low-lying monuments and memorials along the National Mall came through superstorm Sandy largely unscathed, and flooding along the Potomac River is not expected to reach the Mall.