Maryland’s Agriculture Department on Monday withdrew a request to accelerate implementation of proposed regulations aimed at reducing pollution from fertilizer in the Chesapeake Bay after critics said the state was moving too fast.
A quarter billion dollars is serious money, and it’s being spent on a serious problem. It’s being poured into Baltimore’s Back River Sewage Treatment Plant to slow the flow of nutrient pollution choking the bay.
A few months from now, waterfowl will migrate from the north to the Chesapeake to over-winter.
If you enjoy a good meal at a bargain price, you’ll like what starts Friday in Baltimore. It’s restaurant week!
There are some clouds in the area early Thursday, and the regional radar mosaic is also showing some rain in areas south and east of Baltimore.
As if the story of her car plummeting over the edge of the Bay Bridge wasn’t dramatic enough, there’s new video of a Calvert County woman emerging from the waters of the Chesapeake Bay–seconds after the crash.
The Board of Public Works has postponed a decision on whether to grant permits for a Kent Island housing development in an environmentally sensitive area near the Chesapeake Bay.
States in the Chesapeake Bay watershed are working to have a new cleanup agreement ready by October.
A new state rule requires all Maryland high school graduates to be environmentally literate—but first, teachers have to get up to speed.
Washington, D.C., and states within the Chesapeake Bay watershed are making progress to reduce pollution flowing into the hobbled estuary but none is on track to meet cleanup commitments set this year, an analysis by environmental groups concludes.
When Scott Eglseder was growing up on Spencer’s Creek near St. Michaels in the 1960s and 1970s, he said the sea grasses were thick and plentiful and that he remembers how sea life flourished.
The Clean Chesapeake Coalition hopes the Conowingo Dam’s relicensing process will create an opportunity to address concerns about the dam’s role in Chesapeake Bay pollution.