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January 23, 2016 | Sonya Burke

Hundreds of Pepco Customers Without Power in Montgomery County

UPDATED 4:27 p.m. There are now just over 300 Pepco customers without power in Montgomery County. UPDATED 1:27 p.m. The power is coming back on for some without power this Saturday. Totals now down to just over 800 customers in Montgomery County. UPDATED 12:18 p.m. There are over now over 1,500 Pepco customers in Montgomery […]

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July 23, 2015 | Aline Barros

Large Power Outage Hits Residents and Businesses in Silver Spring and Chevy Chase

Two power outages- on July 19 and 22- hit 2,000 residents in Chevy Chase and Silver Spring area. Pepco Spokesperson Bob Hainey said the first power outage was caused by a downed tree limb while the second incident was caused by a crew cutting grass near Metro‚Äôs Grosvenor station. The crew hit a wire, which […]

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July 18, 2012 | Staff Writer

“Our Neighborhood Was Like a War Zone” (Video)

Bethesda resident Don Mooers, host of Montgomery Week In Review, talks about the sixteen Florida Power and Light crews who drove from Miami and restored power to his neighborhood within a few hours on the Fourth of July. Take a look. The panel of “Montgomery Week in Review, episode #1050” discuss the latest power loss […]

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July 17, 2012 | Staff Writer

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Who Is To Blame For Power Outages? (Video)

Who is to blame for the long power outages? Casey Aiken and the 21 This Week panel pose questions for both local and state government as well as Pepco and BG&E after the power outages causes by the June 29th “derecho.” View the entire episode of “21 This Week”.

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July 16, 2012 | Staff Writer

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Issues for Pepco to Address (Video)

Olney resident Henry Hailstock said when it comes to Pepco facts and figures are not that important to him. In this video clip, he identifies several issues that he hopes to see Pepco address in the near future.

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July 13, 2012 | Staff Writer

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Future Power Plans? (Video)

Bethesda resident Don Mooers, host of Montgomery Week In Review, said he’s thinking about attending the July 19 Pepco debriefing at the Council Council Office Building next week. Like many Montgomery County residents, Mooers lived for days without electricity in his Burning Tree neighborhood and today he wants to know Pepco’s plan to ensure reliable […]

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July 12, 2012 | Staff Writer

Berliner Suggests Public Power (Video)

During his July 9th press conference, Montgomery County Council President Roger Berliner called on the state legislature to authorize Montgomery County to look into public power as a solution to reliable electric delivery.Take a look.

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July 12, 2012 | Staff Writer

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Berliner Suggests Bidding out Utility Franchise (Video)

Montgomery County Council President Roger Berliner talks about the need for the Public Services Commission to put the franchise for delivering power to Montgomery County residents out to bid. Take a look at this video clip.

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July 3, 2012 | Staff Writer

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Sign of the Times

This sign at the intersection of Drake Drive and Russett Road in Aspen Hill may sum it up for many following power outages throughout Montgomery County. We have learned that power was restored on Drake Drive on the evening of the Fourth of July.

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