The Potomac River is facing dual challenges from its country and city life.
The Potomac Conservancy plans to release its State of the Nation’s River report along with recommendations for the Potomac, which supplies most of the drinking water for the District of Columbia.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says boaters can once again launch their watercraft on the Potomac River at Point of Rocks.
The Maryland Natural Resources Police says people should avoid most recreational activities on the Potomac River and its tributaries through Tuesday.
The National Weather Service predicts minor to moderate flooding on Potomac River tributaries including Antietam Creek, Seneca Creek and the Monocacy River.
Maryland Natural Resources Police say boating and other recreational uses of the upper Potomac River and its creeks and stream should be avoided.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Lee are beginning to affect Maryland travelers and businesses.
Volunteer fire officials say a kayaker on the Potomac River was bitten by a copperhead snake.
Maryland health officials are urging residents to avoid swimming and other water contact in the area.
Police in Montgomery County have increased the amount of a reward for information on three hate-related vandalisms.
Civil War hobbyists are heading for the western Maryland town of Williamsport to recall the Confederate retreat from Gettysburg, Pa., 148 years ago.
Fire officials say rescue crews used a rope system to rescue a 17-year-old girl who fell about 30 feet down a mountain hiking trail in western Maryland near the Potomac River.