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A local utility company may have been responsible for a fire in Northwest just after the Christmas weekend, which fire officials say started from faulty electrical wires.
With snow expected, you may want to keep this information handy.
Pepco is drawing additional criticism from local lawmakers for a new policy toward tree trimming on private property, just days after the power company was classified one of the worst in the nation.
Executives from the region's largest power provider announced increased consumer rates Monday, and a six-point plan aimed at combating the incidence of power outages, recently classified as among the country's worst.
The day after the Washington Post's analysis Sunday of Pepco's poor performance rate, the utility company invited news media to its headquarters to hear an explanation.
High heating bills are around the corner, but a federal program is just in time to help customers who have trouble paying up.
A local utility company has begun to implement some of the improvements it promised at the end of the summer, following backlash from some regional outages that left hundreds of thousands without power for days.
Pepco says that a squirrel caused a power outage in Northwest D.C. Sunday morning.
Tags: power outage
They're supposed to help you monitor your heat, but some thermostats are actually posing a fire hazard.
People who are "mad as hell" at Pepco for losing power for days during this year's winter and summer storms aren't just shouting out their windows, they're actually doing something about.