Maryland NRP Reminds Boaters To Stay Safe This Labor Day WeekendWith Labor Day weekend underway, Maryland Natural Resources Police wants to remind everyone going out on the water to stay safe with a few boating tips.
Recreational Boating Deaths In Md. Up In 2018, Number Of Crashes DownThe Coast Guard's 2018 recreational boating statistics report paints a mixed picture of boating safety in Maryland, with the number of deaths increasing from the previous year but the number of overall crashes decreasing.
DNR Providing $13.5M In Funding To Improve Public Boating Access, Water RescuesBoaters and outdoors-lovers will have an easier time using public boat launches in Maryland after the Department of Natural Resources announced $13.5 million in funding to improve the state's waterways.
AACO Considering Resolution To Prohibit Waste In WaterAnne Arundel County is considering a resolution to prohibit boaters from turning area waterways into bathrooms.
Fatal Boating Accident Claims The Lives Of Two Montgomery County MenThe bodies of two Montgomery County Men were recovered Saturday night from the Potomac River in Charles County.
Dundalk Man Killed In Overnight Boating AccidentMaryland Natural Resources Police confirm a Dundalk man died after a boat struck a day marker around 10 p.m. last night in the Sparrows Point area.
Anne Arundel County Man Killed In Boating AccidentMaryland Natural Resources Police are investigating after a man is killed in an early morning boating accident.
Fatalities On Md. Waterways On The RiseFatalities on our state's waterways are rising. So far this summer, we have already surpassed last year's deaths by five.
Officials: Number Of Fatal Boat Accidents Increase In StateOfficials in Maryland say there has been an increase in the number of fatal boat accidents in the state waters this year.
Little Girl In Fatal Boat Accident IdentifiedTragedy along the Eastern Shore. A popular boat race left a seven-year-old girl dead. Police say it happened just off Kent Island when a driver lost control of their vessel.
Ex-Delegate Ordered To Pay $92K In Boating AccidentOrdered to pay up. It's been nearly two years since former state delegate Don Dwyer's drunken boating accident that left several people hurt.