Army Engineers Developing Plan For Hurricane Evacuations In Md.Getting out of the way of dangerous weather takes long range studies and planning.
Army Corps Working On Maryland Hurricane Evacuation PlanThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is working on a plan to help Maryland officials know when and where to order evacuations ahead of hurricanes.
Army Corps Of Engineers Welcomes New Survey Vessel HomeThe Port of Baltimore pumps billions of dollar into the state's economy every year, which requires year-round surveys under the water.
Study: Maryland Vulnerable To Higher, Frequent FloodingA new study brings a familiar warning, this time it’s from the Army Corps of Engineers.
Assateague Beaches Reopen After Sweep For OrdnanceAssateague beaches have reopened after an extensive search by the Army Corps of Engineers found no unexploded ordnance from World War II.
Md. To Plant Baby Oysters On Underwater Beds To Increase Their PopulationSometimes, when you're between a rock and a hard place, add more rocks. That's exactly what's happening in the Chesapeake Bay where oysters are in a very tough spot.
Army Corps Unveiling Chesapeake Oyster PlanThe Army Corps of Engineers unveiled its restoration plan for Chesapeake oysters on Tuesday, a bay-wide look that officials said moves past piecemeal efforts and selects targets for large-scale efforts.
Future Spy Complex In Bethesda Gets ApprovalA federal planning agency has approved the design of a future spy complex in Montgomery County that has angered residents.
Government Contractor Pleads Guilty To Wire FraudFederal prosecutors say a government contractor has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud for giving false performance references and evaluations for another contractor.
Md. Senators Seek Streamlined Oyster Farm PermitsMaryland's two U.S. senators are asking the Army Corps of Engineers to streamline the oyster aquaculture permitting process.