It is a summer tradition in these parts, especially around the Fourth of July. We’re talking about eating crabs.
Carroll County will use county funding to contribute to a state-mandated stormwater remediation effort instead of implementing a fee for individual residents and businesses.
It’s coming and Maryland better get ready. That’s the thrust of a scientific report on sea level rise commissioned by Governor Martin O’Malley.
Dead zones in the bay don’t usually bring good news. But they do when they’re smaller than normal.
Researchers say low oxygen levels should affect smaller-than-average areas of the Chesapeake Bay this year.
Daring rescue. Firefighters were lowered down to a platform below the Bay Bridge to save an injured worker. Now we’re hearing the emergency communications from the rescue effort.
Underwater dirt. That’s basically what the millions of tons of sediment backed up behind Conowingo Dam is.
A sudden plunge in the blue crab population in the bay means belt-tightening for watermen.
Runaway slaves, captured women and children, British officers bestowing suspicious gifts and turncoat plantation owners trading with the enemy under a white flag — it all happened in Maryland on the Chesapeake during the War of 1812, according to a new exhibit at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum.
Constellation Energy Nuclear Group says one of two nuclear reactors at the Calvert Cliffs power plant shut down automatically after a malfunction.
Since construction ended on the Conowingo Dam in 1928, it has been the best management practice to prevent sediment flow into the Chesapeake Bay from the Susquehanna River, said Bob Judge, spokesman for Exelon.
The Anne Arundel County Council has voted to override the county executive’s veto of a stormwater remediation fee and will now consider emergency legislation to modify the fee.