The foam that covered Fox 5 reporter Tucker Barnes during Hurricane Irene was not sewage. Ocean City says its treatment was offline at the time.
Hurricane Irene swept through central Virginia with unexpected force, leaving in its wake a forest of downed trees and limbs snapping power lines, crushing cars and smashing houses.
Coffins lie exposed at the village cemetery, having popped out of the ground. Homes are reduced to what look like piles of giant matchsticks. A weathered brown house hangs precariously out over a creek, an enormous chunk of soil underneath chewed away by floodwaters.
Comptroller Peter Franchot's office estimates Maryland lost more than $2 million in revenue due to business lost in Ocean City because of Hurricane Irene last weekend.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor says he never suggested that disaster funds for victims of Hurricane Irene should be held up by budget concerns.
Parents may be ready to send their kids back to school, but some schools aren't ready to take them back.
The sailor rescued from the Chesapeake Bay during the hurricane needs another life-line.
The Navy says two dozen ships that fled bases in Virginia in advance of Hurricane Irene are returning to Hampton Roads.
Officials say the thousands of people who moved to shelters in Virginia to escape Hurricane Irene have left.
Some roads across Virginia are still closed following Hurricane Irene.
Rob Gould, spokesman for BGE
Residents along North Carolina's coastline spent Tuesday scrubbing floors flooded by Hurricane Irene and dragging mounds of soaked debris to the curb while state officials tallied the damage from a storm that destroyed more than 1,100 homes.
A Shore Health System spokeswoman says roofers are making repairs at Dorchester General Hospital and the hospital should reopen in the next two or three days.
The head of the federal disaster assistance agency says recovery efforts in the wake of Hurricane Irene will proceed regardless of a dwindling emergency fund.
Campers can return to Assateague State Park following a nearly week-long closure because of Hurricane Irene.
Power outages across the D.C. region are still impacting schools in our area.
Pepco says the only "special restoration" list for its customers is those who have life support equipment in their homes. Each year, they register with the utility for a notification service.
Gov. Bob McDonnell credited mandatory evacuations based on overblown forecasts for saving lives during Hurricane Irene.
It's a double whammy for some residents. They don't have power or water. Howard County will be handing out water Tuesday until 6 p.m.
The Virginia Department of Corrections is sending supervised offender work crews to help with removing hurricane debris from state highways.
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