Throughout Monday, Anne Arundel County has prepared for the worst of the impact of Hurricane Sandy to hit the region.
For Tuesday, the state government is closed and there will be no early voting in Maryland. Anne Arundel County government is also closed Tuesday, as are public schools and libraries, and there will be no trash or recycling collection.
Here is a roundup of incidents from around the county on Monday.
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Sandy Causes Basement Wall Collapse in SP Home
A basement wall collapsed in a home in the 400 block of McBride Lane, according to a fire department spokesman.
PHOTOS: Sandy Hits Severna Park
See photos of standing water on Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, along the B&A Trail, and at the intersection of Evergreen Road and Benfield Boulevard—as well as what is happening at the dam located in the Shipley's Choice community.
PHOTOS: Hurricane Sandy in Glen Burnie
See photos of a home in Linthicum where a tree fell on it.
BWI Cancels Most Flights During Hurricane Sandy
Airport officials expect more cancellations on Tuesday.
Residents report that electricity has remained on in most neighborhoods of Odenton and Severn.
PHOTOS: Hurricane Sandy Strikes Annapolis
Did the sandbags stop the water from flooding downtown?
PHOTOS: Hurricane Sandy in Broadneck
Kitesurfers were seen off the beach in Cape St. Claire.
Shoppers Descend on the New Wegmans
Stores—including the new Wegmans—were still open Monday.
Check out on-the-scene reporting throughout town as Hurricane Sandy approaches Edgewater, Davidsonville and south county.
FOLLOW LIVE: Sandy in Anne Arundel County
- UPDATE: Anne Arundel County Prepares for Storm
- UPDATE: Anne Arundel Starts to Lose Power
- State Lowers Speed Limits on Highways
- Driving Strongly Discouraged in Maryland
- BGE Not Providing Individual Estimated Restoration Times
- O’Malley: People Will Die