Green Ridge State Forest
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it has documented the state’s first known birth of five black bears in a single litter.
The Maryland Department of Planning is renewing its objection to a proposed housing development in rural Allegany County that led to a landmark state Court of Appeals ruling in 2008.
An Allegany County official says a private developer wants to expand the number of off-road vehicle trails on state land in western Maryland.
A developer says he’s considering reviving plans for a large active-adult community on the edge of Green Ridge State Forest in western Maryland.
Maryland Natural Resources Police are searching Green Ridge State Forest for a Wisconsin man after his van was found there.
Only one of the dozen bear dens Harry Spiker has identified for study this winter is in Allegany County and it is 30 feet off the ground inside a hollow red oak tree on the eastern side of Green Ridge State Forest.
Natural resources officials say the first case of chronic wasting disease has been confirmed in a Maryland white-tailed deer.