First it was another season of fewer crabs, now it’s striped bass. The population is still strong in Maryland waters, but other states are seeing a decline.
The Maryland Department of Agriculture says it’s reducing its gypsy moth spraying to about 5,200 acres this year, down from more than 12,000 acres in 2013.
Taking it out of City Hall and onto the street. That’s what Baltimore’s mayor and top cop did Tuesday to sell an expanded crime crackdown.
Watching less TV may be a matter of not eating in front of it.
MGM Resorts and the developers of the National Harbor lay their cards on the table. They’ve agreed to build a resort casino at the National Harbor.
The city known nationwide as a homicide hot spot thanks to TV crime dramas could record its lowest annual homicide total since the early 1980s.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is expected to propose a 9 percent property tax cut over nine years and use slots revenue to help offset it.
New Jersey will withdraw from a 10-state regional greenhouse gas reduction program by the end of the year, Gov. Chris Christie announced Thursday, saying it hasn’t worked to combat global warming.