When you think Baltimore, you don’t typically think beach. Within an hour’s drive, however, there are several great beaches to enjoy all summer long.
Sunny weather has saved a beach weekend on the shores of Maryland and Delaware after Hurricane Irene shuttered beach towns a week earlier.
Business on the Maryland and Delaware beaches seems to be rebounding quickly after Hurricane Irene closed many resorts last weekend.
It’s been a busy summer, and resort towns in the area are looking to continue their commercial success through the next couple of months, even after children return to school and the peak vacation season ends.
The Cecil County Health Department says three beaches have failed to meet water quality regulations.
A survey of hundreds of miles of New England and mid-Atlantic coastline found that 68 percent of the beaches studied have eroded during the past 150 years, according to a report released Wednesday.