- YOUR PHOTOS: Perry Hall Recovers in Hurricane Sandy's Aftermath
- What's Open? Few Perry Hall Businesses Battle Hurricane Sandy
- Water, Trash Bins Available at Fire Stations
- TELL US: Where Has Perry Hall Lost Power?
- Traffic Sparse, Perry Hall Residents Make Last-Minute Purchases
- Baltimore County Schools Closed Tuesday
- Baltimore County Limiting Trash Collection Monday, Canceling Tuesday
- Kamenetz Declares State of Emergency
- White Marsh Mall Closes Monday, To Reopen Tuesday
- PHOTOS: Lines, Traffic as Early Voting Begins in Perry Hall
- Before 'Frankenstorm' Perry Hall, White Marsh Sells Out of Generators
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We'll have instant updates in the chat from all over Maryland, as well as from the Twitter accounts that bring us the most up-to-date information about the Frankenstorm's whereabouts.
School closings, evacuation plans, power outages and road closures—we'll have all of that covered. And we'll mix in some of those unique stories from communities throughout Maryland as the storm makes impact.
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Here is a sampling of some of the stories we've already done on Hurricane Sandy:
- Presidential Declaration Devotes Federal Resources to MD
- O’Malley: ‘This is a Serious, Killer Storm’
- Baltimore County Schools Close as Hurricane Threat Looms
- Federal Officials: 'Time to Act is Now'
- Baltimore County Will Feel Sandy Impact Sunday Night
- BGE Anticipating Several Hundred Thousand Power Outages
- Storm Surge, Inland Flooding Expected from Sandy
Stay with Patch for updates throughout the storm.
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