Deep Creek Lake
Garrett County officials estimate that 15,000 gallons of raw sewage spilled from a broken pipe near Deep Creek Lake on Memorial Day weekend.
Although there are no natural lakes left in Maryland, there are over 100 man-made lakes to visit when you need an escape.
Martin Luther King Day provides working Marylanders the promise of a long weekend. Consider these locations for a weekend getaway to perk you up and get you recharged until summer vacation time comes around.
Garrett County officials say they’re monitoring the water quality of Deep Creek Lake after up to 1,700 gallons of raw sewage leaked from a faulty pumping system at a lakeside home in McHenry.
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A draft management plan for the Deep Creek Lake watershed seeks better coordination among government agencies and private parties whose interests converge at the western Maryland vacation destination.
While much of Maryland is enjoying a bit of a winter thaw, others are still praying for more snow.
There are those who would look at the extended weather forecast for Garrett County and then shiver, complain and reach for the thermostat, but Boyd Church and Doug Oxford are not among them.
Garrett County officials say about 36,000 gallons of sewage spilled into a creek that flows into Deep Creek Lake.
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The Department of Natural Resources says it won’t use a herbicide to attack an invasive aquatic plant in western Maryland’s Deep Creek Lake this year.
The Maryland Park Service is urging people to be extra careful on the frozen surface of Deep Creek Lake.