Earthquake

Paul Caruso with the USGS said Sunday’s earthquake was the result of the 2.6 magnitude earthquake in Woodlawn on Friday.

A earthquake hit Mifflintown, Pennsylvania, Wednesday night, and could reportedly be felt in areas of Maryland. The U.S. Geological Survey said the 3.4 magnitude  earthquake struck at around 8:30 p.m. which is about an hour from the Pennsylvania/Maryland state line. See Also: Portion of York Road Back Open After Large Sinkhole Forms Frederick, Westminster and Monkton were among […]

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An earthquake was reported off the coast of Ocean City, reported the U.S. Geological Survey. The earthquake was about 136 miles southeast of Ocean City, Maryland around 6:30 p.m. with a depth of 10.0 km. Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Breaking News On Your Phone. Text WOLB to 71007 to join! Sign […]

A magnitude-7.8 earthquake hit the central coast of Ecuador Saturday night, killing 233 people and injuring over one thousand

The MTA bus service and most subway lines were restored Sunday morning.

Photos by @robinrazzi Thousands of area kids flooded North Avenue to take part in the City’s Back 2 School Rally. Many of the vendors did not make it out to the event, probably a result of the earthquake that rocked the city less than an hour before the event kicked off, but the kids were […]

CNN.com is reporting that a 5.8 magnitude earthquake rattled the nations capitol, Washington D.C. and it was felt up to 90 miles away in New York and in parts of Ohio. Reporters are saying that you could clearly feel the ground move, buildings were shaking and were shaking and things were falling off of the […]

Reports are surfacing about an earthquake hitting the Brooklyn section of New York City earlier this afternoon. Look here for more details on the earthquake.

An earthquake hit Virginia and Washington D.C. at a magnitude of 5.9 earlier this afternoon around 2 p.m.. Residents in New York City said they felt several tremors earlier this afternoon. There were no immediate reports of damage. It is not clear how far the earthquake spread, but tremors were felt throughout New York City […]

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Via: Today.com A magnitude 8.9 earthquake — the biggest in modern Japanese history — slammed Japan’s northeastern coast Friday, unleashing a 13-foot tsunami that swept boats, cars, buildings and tons of debris miles inland and prompting a “nuclear emergency.” At least 60 people were killed and there were reports of several injuries in Tokyo, hundreds […]