A quarter billion dollars is serious money, and it’s being spent on a serious problem. It’s being poured into Baltimore’s Back River Sewage Treatment Plant to slow the flow of nutrient pollution choking the bay.
While childhood obesity continues to be an epidemic in the U.S., for the first time in years, the obesity rate for low income preschoolers is showing signs of improvement.
Frederick County officials say they’re stepping up efforts to attract and keep businesses.
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A Roman Catholic landmark in Emmitsburg that attracts pilgrims from around the world is getting a $2.7 million visitor center.
Most places across the region were spared any additional flooding yesterday, as well as some very potent thunderstorms.
The Chesapeake Bay is showing encouraging signs of improvement but remains afflicted with dead zones, fish kills and pollution, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation said Tuesday in its “State of the Bay Report.”