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  • Water service restored to much of Fort Lauderdale following water main break

    Water service was restored to much of Fort Lauderdale Thursday afternoon, thanks to a short-term fix, after a water main break left the city and neighboring municipalities without water service. Mayor Dean Trantalis said at a 6 p.m. news conference that the water pressure was flowing a little lighter than usual, but should be running normally later in the evening.  He said a Florida Power & Light subcontractor repairing electrical lines near Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport damaged a...

  • Water main break repairs continue Tuesday, detouring traffic in downtown Baltimore

    Multiple traffic detours clogged downtown Baltimore and the Inner Harbor Tuesday as city crews continued work to correct a water main break. The break, which was discovered early Monday morning, generated widespread flooding around M&T Bank Stadium and caused a train derailment in the Howard Street
  • Boil water advisory lifted in Monterey after water main break

    According to Cal Am officials, water quality tests have indicated that the water is safe to drink and the boil water measure is no longer needed.

  • Officials: For Lauderdale without water due to water main break

    The residents of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, could be without water serviceuntil Friday morning, thanks to a water main break, according to a news release from the city. The service outage also impacts surrounding municipalities that receive their water through the city, including Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Oakland Park, Wilton Manors and sections of Davie and Tamarac, according to the city's Twitter page. Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis said in a news conference that a 42-inch water main was...