Annual Report Shows Improvement In Chesapeake Bay RestorationA recent report used 31 different indicators to measure the health of the Chesapeake Bay, and overall it showed great progress for restoration efforts.
Chesapeake Bay Defenders Hold Breath, Wait On SenateThe Senate may not restore a deep, House-passed cut in federal funding to the Environmental Protection Agency's Chesapeake Bay Program.
Recycled Oysters Shells Bringing New Life To Maryland WaterwaysThe struggle to bring oysters back to the Chesapeake Bay has encountered a new challenge.
Researchers: Chesapeake Bay Dead Zones Biggest Since 2014Researchers say the total amount of oxygen-deprived dead zones in Chesapeake Bay this summer was the biggest since 2014.
Virtual Bay: Conservancy Tours Gives Views Of The Chesapeake From Your SofaBlending the Chesapeake's natural beauty with social media technology might just help save the bay.
How Is Federal Grant Money Funding The Restoration Of The Chesapeake Bay?Millions of dollars in federal grants are intended to improve the health of the Chesapeake Bay.
This Summer's Dead Zone Much Smaller Than Expected This summer's "dead zone" of the bay is smaller than what was expected.
Governor Says Dredging Near Conowingo Dam Could Help Chesapeake BayLarry Hogan says the state will dredge sediment trapped behind a Susquehanna River dam to see if the work improves the health of the Chesapeake Bay.
Man Suffers Severe Hand Injury After Lighting Found FireworkA 66-year-old man has suffered a severe hand injury after lighting off a possibly illegal firework that his neighbor had found.
Crabbing Season Cut Short; Report Finds Decline In Crab Population New research suggests there may not be as many blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay as once thought.
Report Finds Decline In Chesapeake Bay Blue Crab PopulationAn annual report has found the overall population of blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay has declined and it recommends limiting the number harvested in the fall.
Once Nearly Extinct, Ospreys Rally In Chesapeake BayAlong the Lynnhaven River in Virginia Beach, ospreys build nests with just about anything: tree branches, stuffed animals, flip flops — even an opossum skull.