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Driver Dies After Vehicle Goes Over Chesapeake Bay Bridge-TunnelThe driver of a tractor trailer is dead after his vehicle went off the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, near the Eastern Shore in Virginia.
2nd Dead Whale Surfaces In Chesapeake BayA dead whale that was spotted over the weekend near the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel has washed ashore.
Chesapeake Bay Still Working Toward Improvement After Latest 'Health Checkup' Every two years the Chesapeake Bay Foundation gives the bay a check-up. The latest results rate the bay's health index at 34, or a C -.
Report Finds Improvements in Chesapeake Bay HealthA new report finds water clarity in the Chesapeake Bay is the best it's been in decades.
Gov. Hogan Announces New Environmental Initiatives Worth $65MIn his first press conference of the new year, Gov. Larry Hogan announced a series of new environmental initiatives worth $65 million.
WATCH: Man Rescued After Boat Capsizes Near South RiverFishermen rescued a man whose sailboat capsized near the mouth of the South River in Anne Arundel County Saturday.
Shells From Oyster Recycling Program Going Back Into ChesapeakeBaltimore City's recycling center on Sisson Street started taking in oyster shells last spring.
Educator in Awe of Giant Blue CrabOut on a recent education experience on the Susquehanna Flats, Chesapeake Bay Foundation Baltimore Urban Outreach Educator Angelica Willis is in awe of a giant blue crab.
Giant Blue Crab in the Chesapeake BayThe Chesapeake Bay Foundation posted a photo on their Facebook page of Captain Ian Robbins with a giant blue crab. According the foundation, Robbins caught the crab on the Susquehanna Flats.
Cleaning Up The Chesapeake Bay; Quality ImprovingAccording to a federal report, 2015 saw fewer pollutants in rivers feeding the Chesapeake Bay.
Shark Sightings in the Chesapeake BayFishers in the Chesapeake Bay captured an exciting sight Saturday--sharks!
Millions of Oysters Coming to Maryland Thanks to $800K GrantA federal agency is ordering up some oysters—hundreds of millions of oysters.

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