If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, finding it in the trash can take special vision.
Volunteers have collected about 31,000 pounds of trash from beaches and rivers in the mid-Atlantic region, including a kitchen counter top and flag pole.
All across the country, tons of plastic, styrofoam and garbage were pulled up and out of public lands.
A contractor is planning to remove some of the trash from a landfill at Fort Meade.
The Maryland Department of the Environment is inviting the public to discuss a proposed incinerator near Frederick that would convert garbage from at least two counties into electricity.
A new report says trash shipped to Virginia from other places for disposal has increased for the first time since 2006.
Sunday’s storm is being blamed for an unsightly scene at the Inner Harbor this weekend: trash floating in the water. But some say that trash is always there, storm or not.
A growing coalition is urging Gov. Martin O’Malley to veto legislation that enhances incentives for facilities that create energy by incinerating trash.
Police in Montgomery County are stepping up efforts to crack down on littering.
The looming federal government shutdown could reduce the amount of trash that volunteers haul from the Potomac River watershed this weekend.
Ocean City is changing its policy on picking up discarded furniture after a bedbug scare and will require furniture left on curbsides to be wrapped in plastic before the city will haul it away.
WASHINGTON (AP) — D.C. police have identified the body of a teenage girl found in a trash can in northwest Washington. Police identified the girl as 17-year-old Ebony Franklin of Capitol Heights, Md. Authorities say […]