Maryland is assessing the damage as Hurricane Irene leaves the state. A woman was killed when a tree fell on a house and caused the chimney to collapse in Queen Anne’s County.
Two people were killed by toppled rees as Hurricane Irene inched closer to Virginia on Saturday, flooding streets, damaging houses and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands as far inland as Richmond.
Grand Prix organizers say they will plant new trees in the city after the race.
All of Maryland west of the Chesapeake has been placed under a quarantine.
Wicked weather in Washington. For a second night in a row, severe thunderstorms pounded the D.C. metro area, killing one man and leaving thousands in the dark.
There is a movement in East Baltimore to use plants and trees to build a stronger community.
Members of the new Chesapeake Conservation Corps planted trees in Annapolis to celebrate their first year.
Maryland officials are using the popular hobby of geocaching to promote awareness of the state’s forests.
BGE says it is remobilizing crews across central Maryland because of high winds expected across the area.
Organizers of the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington are urging people to donate to the American Red Cross for earthquake relief efforts in Japan ahead of the festival that honors U.S.-Japanese relations.
The National Park Service has announced the peak bloom dates for the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
If you took even one step outside Friday, you felt it and certainly heard it. Howling, powerful winds ripped through Maryland, and they sure left behind a big mess.