A group of 39 lawmakers is urging a federal court to block the Obama administration’s plan to clean up the Chesapeake Bay watershed, describing it as an unjustified power grab.
The U.S. Agriculture Department is kicking off a Chesapeake Bay watershed cleanup program with an event in the Baltimore suburb of Cockeysville.
Cleanup continues statewide in the wake of this week’s severe weather. Damage includes a street collapsing, swallowing cars onto train tracks below.
Catastrophic landslide. There is incredible new video of a block-long collapse along E. 26th Street onto CSX railroad tracks below.
Maryland is joining three other jurisdictions in supporting the Obama administration’s plan to clean up the Chesapeake Bay watershed, seeking to counter an election-year legal challenge by farmers and 21 attorneys general that could shape future U.S. environmental policy.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation says more friend-of-the-court briefs have been filed in support of a massive restoration of the estuary.
Some major spring cleaning! But these Marylanders aren’t getting their homes in order, they’re working on something even bigger.
The Prince George’s County Department of Public Works and the State Highway Administration are joining forces to fight littering.
Nature left a natural mess, and across the state tree removal crews were at work.
The National Park Service says the cleanup is wrapping up at the Lincoln Memorial, three weeks after the statue was vandalized with green paint.
Maryland officials are looking for volunteers to help remove invasive weeds at two recreation areas along the Patuxent River.
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.