As comebacks go, it’s off the charts. Researchers are finding a population explosion of blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay.
More than 250 people are scheduled to attend Maryland’s first symposium to help people transition from the correctional system to society.
It’s a numbers game that effects livelihoods to dinner tables in Maryland. And right now the count is on.
The number of Maryland students who are homeless has more than doubled in the past five years, outpacing the increase in homeless children nationally.
Gov. Martin O’Malley signed an executive order on Monday to outline how the state’s first long-range plan for sustainable growth will be implemented.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says this year’s black bear hunt is over.
Billions of dollars in arts funding is serving a mostly wealthy, white audience that is shrinking while only a small chunk of money goes to emerging art groups that serve poorer communities that are more ethnically diverse, according to a report being released Monday.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is talking about plans to address sustainable growth and development in Maryland.
A Maryland analysis has found that developed lands in the state increased 8.4 percent between 2002 and 2010.
Virginia will decide next month if it will continue a ban on the winter harvest of blue crabs from the Chesapeake Bay. The state’s Marine Resources Commission has had the ban in place for the past three years to rebuild the crab population.
A destructive insect native to Asia has surfaced in Howard County, and millions of Maryland ash trees could be on the menu.
Baby boomers and retirees make up the fastest-growing populations in the Washington suburbs, new data show, growth that experts say will strain state and local governments to the breaking point.