Hundreds of tons of trash floating in the Inner Harbor–water that recently received an “F” grade for health quality. Now the city wants to double its efforts to clean up, using new technology only found here in Baltimore.
Firefighters searched through 15 tons of trash after a man who was found in a load of trash in a truck claimed that several of his relatives might be in trash at a landfill.
Rowdy rentals. It’s something Ocean City has always dealt with–young people renting homes for the week in residential neighborhoods.
Baltimore’s inner harbor has a new trash collector.
Washington officials say thousands of old plastic trash bins were crushed and sent to a landfill instead of being recycled.
Fifteen minute sweep. Can you make your neighborhood school clean and green in a short amount of time?
Last week’s flooding also caused major problems for the Inner Harbor. Much of the water is still filled with debris from the storm.
Maryland officials are urging travelers to watch out for the possibility of flooding across the state in coming days.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is advising western Maryland residents to take measures to avoid unwelcome visits from hungry black bears.
Police have combed through mounds of trash and their investigation is continuing after a 911 caller said a mother dumped her newborn in West Baltimore.
Workers with two of the three contract trash haulers in Montgomery County are going on strike.
A Hagerstown official says the city has seen a 130 percent increase in recycling tonnage since the single-stream program went into effect.