Nearly three years after an earthquake shook the nation’s capital, the Washington Monument will finally reopen to the public.
An effort to clean up the Chesapeake Bay comes to a sudden halt. There’s a plan to use fossilized oyster shells as building blocks to restore the bay.
Maryland officials have announced $10 million in state tax credits to help pay for restoration projects at 10 historic buildings.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley on Thursday was named the chairman of the Chesapeake Executive Council, saying he hoped to have a new Chesapeake Bay Watershed agreement signed next year.
She’s Baltimore’s iconic symbol. For nearly two centuries, the Lady Baltimore sat atop the Battle Monument.
A national conservation group is touting the restoration of a western Maryland trout stream polluted by acid mine drainage.
It’s a mansion with two centuries of Baltimore history and famous residents. The Clifton Mansion is in the middle of a months-long restoration.
There’s a baby boom in Maryland. A billion baby oysters, called spat, have been planted at the Harris Creek Sanctuary.
When Scott Eglseder was growing up on Spencer’s Creek near St. Michaels in the 1960s and 1970s, he said the sea grasses were thick and plentiful and that he remembers how sea life flourished.
An art gallery once known for its floor-to-ceiling paintings and darker colorings was reopened to the public Sunday, showing off its brighter, more sparsely decorated atmosphere.
Three Civil War cannons are back in Williamsport following restoration. The cannons mounted on historically accurate carriages were taken by horse back to Doubleday Hill on Saturday.
The Chesapeake Bay Program says states in the bay watershed are about one-quarter to one-third of the way toward meeting goals for cutting the bay’s three main pollutants by 2025.