Easton’s curbside recycling program is set to begin July 1.
Cleaning the Inner Harbor one plant at a time. Dozens of wetlands are now floating in front of the World Trade Center.
Heavy rains and a hot summer harmed the Chesapeake Bay’s health last year, earning it the second worst grade on a yearly report card issued Tuesday by the University of Maryland’s Center for Environmental Science.
An Army attorney says the Army hasn’t funded an environmental assessment needed to proceed with redevelopment of the former Fort Ritchie in western Maryland.
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Every week for the last two months, McDaniel College students have been teaming up with Carroll County master gardeners and neighbors near Westminster’s King Park to help transform an eyesore in the park into a thriving wetland.
Baltimore’s floating wetlands are growing.
Lawyers have not reached a settlement in a poultry pollution case filed by a University of Maryland environmental law clinic.
The House of Delegates has passed a 7.5 percent state severance tax on the wholesale market value of natural gas extracted from the Marcellus Shale in western Maryland.
A new report says industrial facilities dumped 1.4 million pounds of toxic chemicals into Maryland waterways in 2010, mostly in the Baltimore area.
An environmental group plans to rally in Baltimore for offshore wind and against expanded drilling for natural gas in western Maryland.
An Environmental Protection Agency official says West Virginia has made the most improvement on its Chesapeake Bay restoration plans, and Pennsylvania has the most work to do.