Baltimore will start collecting polystyrene foam foodservice containers for recycling.
Baltimore City is making it even easier to go green.
The U.S. Attorney’s office says a Lusby man has pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $630,000 from the sale of Navy scrap metal.
Howard County is paving the way with recycling with a new food waste-program.
Two county recycling bins at the Funkstown fire station will be removed in the coming weeks after problems with dumping.
Bring your own or pay up. Some stores right here in Maryland will now charge you more money to take your purchases home in a plastic or paper bag. Now the question is whether the tax is needed statewide.
When you buy something in the city from now on, you’ll have to ask for a plastic bag if you want one.