Chesapeake High School in Baltimore County will be closed Tuesday due to a water main break.
Baltimore County Public Schools tweeted the school closure.
Due to a water main break, Chesapeake High School in Baltimore County will be closed today Tuesday, September 6, 2016.
— Baltimore Co Schools (@BaltCoPS) September 6, 2016
The Baltimore Department of Public Works reported a 12-inch water main break at 1800 block Turkey Point Road in Essex.
Chesapeake High School is one of hundreds of services without water, officials said. This includes two businesses.
"Normally we make about $2,000 on a Tuesday," Laid Back Lenny's Bar Owner Leonard Banack said.
Banack says Tuesday is a big night because they have a special on their wings. The hangout is also a Ravens Roost and is often crowded with local workers during the lunch hour.
But Tuesday at noon, the bar stools sat silently on top of the tables.
Break on 12-inch water main, 1800 block Turkey Point Road, Essex. Chesapeake High among 100s of services without water.
— BaltimoreDPW (@BaltimoreDPW) September 6, 2016