With some in the state legislature moving to repeal the so-called “rain tax,” those in favor of keeping it promise a fight.
A national conservation group is touting the restoration of a western Maryland trout stream polluted by acid mine drainage.
Maryland agriculture officials say new fertilizer regulations may be phased in over the next year, instead of being implemented all at once in the fall.
A federal judge has ruled that Perdue Farms and an Eastern Shore contract grower will not be able to recoup $3 million in legal fees after successfully defending themselves against a poultry pollution suit.
There are charges that Baltimore City has broken its promise to clean up the harbor. The city pledged $1 billion to stop sewage leaks from pouring into the water.
Washington, D.C., and states within the Chesapeake Bay watershed are making progress to reduce pollution flowing into the hobbled estuary but none is on track to meet cleanup commitments set this year, an analysis by environmental groups concludes.
A grade of “C minus” is a long way from the honor roll, but because it represents the water quality in the Inner Harbor, it’s better than expected.
A Frederick developer is seeking $37 million for what it claims is the Army’s failure to stop toxic chemicals from Fort Detrick from polluting groundwater off post.
Maryland environmental officials plan to brief residents on how they will respond to groundwater contamination in Wicomico County.
Rain on the roof. That’s often a comforting sound. But soon it’s going to mean money out of your pocket.
Over the next few weeks, thousands of volunteers will come together across the state as Project Clean Stream kicks off in Maryland.
A new survey confirms children living near heavy traffic areas are more at risk of asthma.