Summer means it’s time to fire up the grill and invite friends over for a barbecue, but it seems like unexpected guests always crash the party. No, not your in-laws — we’re talking about pesky bugs
Let your gift stand out by choosing flowers and plants that will last beyond the second Sunday in May.
Baltimore City Police have recovered 68 marijuana plants with a street value of up to $100,000.
The spring weather is now giving many a chance to get outside and get a close-up look at some of the damage winter has done in their yards.
The U.S. Botanic Garden on Capitol Hill is featuring a new exhibition of paintings and drawings of the native plants of the mid-Atlantic region.
It’s the most popular holiday plant in Baltimore and across the country. Now you can see hundreds of them in Druid Hill Park.
More than 100 nuclear power plants are being called terror targets, including those here in Maryland. A new report ordered by the Pentagon finds American nuclear plants are dangerously unprotected from possible attacks.
Bill Hubbard of Ferndale was driving home from work when he noticed the beautiful scenery he had become accustomed to was missing. Off to the sides of Route 100, it was completely leveled off. Everything was gone.
An alarming first for the Port of Baltimore. The USDA confirms a pest known as the succinea costaricana was discovered March 27 on the exterior of a shipping container from Guatemala.
Nestled in the Catoctin Mountains, just across the Frederick County-Carroll County border near Thurmont, sits Catoctin Mountain Growers Inc. — a 15-acre wholesale greenhouse operation in Detour started by Robert and Denise Van Wingerden in 1985.
An environmental group says Maryland is rapidly becoming the nation’s capital for waste-to-energy plants which are more polluting than coal-fired plants.
There is a movement in East Baltimore to use plants and trees to build a stronger community.