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Md. Coupon Can Help Replace Trees Lost In Storm

For people who lost trees because of Hurricane Irene, Maryland has a program to help residents replace them.

09/05/2011

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Former Auto Plant Worker Is New U.S. Poet Laureate

“Poetic” is certainly not the first word that comes to mind when trying to describe what it’s like to work in an automotive plant. And that makes the naming of Motor City native and former […]

08/17/2011

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Wedding Plant Gift Thriving After 43 Years

A wedding anniversary marking 43 years together is a milestone in itself, but David “Ink” and Mae Bowers’ story goes one step further.

08/16/2011

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Retirees To Plant Oysters In The Patuxent

Retirees on Solomons Island are helping boost the Chesapeake Bay’s oyster population.

07/25/2011

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Volvo Adding Jobs At Md. Engine Plant

Swedish truck maker Volvo says it expects to add at least 50 jobs at its Hagerstown engine-and-transmission plant.

05/05/2011

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Business Booming For Point Of Rocks, Md., Plant

The need to replace infrastructure, and a pickup in other large construction projects, has created a boom for Canam Steel Corp. in Point of Rocks.

04/05/2011

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For Md. Plant, Japan Reminder Of Potential Perils

George Gellrich gets up at least once a night to check his computer. He could wait until the morning briefing at work, or even for the morning news shows. But he just can’t. He needs to know: Was there another explosion at the crippled nuclear plant in Japan? Did they restore power to the pumps? Is there enough water in the spent fuel pool at Unit 4? Has the radioactive contamination grown worse?

04/02/2011

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Workers Being Recalled At Sparrows Point

Many laid-off employees at the Sparrows Point steel mill will be returning to work as plans move forward to restart the plant’s blast furnace.

03/18/2011

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Plant More Plants To Help Restore The Chesapeake

Homeowners in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia are being encouraged to plant more plants this spring to help Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts.

03/01/2011

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