Maryland lawmakers are targeting phosphorous pollution of the Chesapeake Bay.
Maryland’s 19th annual Polar Bear Plunge is going on as scheduled despite the winter storm that moved through the area.
Millions of federal dollars are coming to Maryland and they’re going right into the ground.
It averages out to a D+: the same grade the last time the bay’s health was measured in 2012.
The Coast Guard has rescued two men after their boat began sinking in the Chesapeake Bay.
The Maryland Department of the Environment says it plans to deny Exelon Corp.’s application to renew its water-quality permit for the Conowingo hydroelectric dam on the Susquehanna River.
Oysters figure prominently at Maryland Thanksgivings–a demand hundreds of watermen are working hard right now to meet.
High mile run. For the first time in eight years, runners shut the Chesapeake Bay Bridge down for a morning run.
Maryland State Police have rescued five people and a dog from the Chesapeake Bay.
They may be plentiful here, but fewer striped bass along the Atlantic Coast is bringing orders to reduce the catch everywhere.
University of Maryland researchers are getting federal funds to study the concentration and effects of hormone pollution in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Often solving a big problem means tackling a lot of smaller ones first.