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Rescue crews have recovered the body of a swimmer who drowned in the Tridelphia Reservoir in Montgomery County.
Rescuers are still searching for a man who went missing Friday afternoon while swimming in the Triadelphia Reservoir.
Many local residents are about to see one of their utility bills grow.
Montgomery County Inspector General Thomas Dagley issued a report that indicates developers were paid twice for the Hoyles Mill Wastewater Pumping Station -- once by the county and once by the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission.
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission wants to raise rates for water and sewer service yet again, but residents say they need a break from the hikes.
Hundreds of thousands of Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission customers have to boil their water if they plan to brush their teeth or use water for drinking or cooking.
Much of the area's aging infrastructure needs to be replaced. One member of Congress is calling on the federal government to help pay for the repairs.
A report from the Environmental Working Group is raising eyebrows in homes across the region.
A water main burst in a Bethesda shopping district Friday, opening up a gaping hole that almost swallowed a car.
Two Maryland counties are considering up to 10 percent increases in the price of water, with a utility commission recommending even higher costs.