Howard County Awarded $1.8M Grant To Help Slash Pollutants From Entering ChesapeakeCounty executive Calvin Ball says the $1.8 million will be dispersed over years through the state's Clean Water Commerce Act grant.
Downpours, Runoff Lead To Decline In Chesapeake Bay's HealthScientists say the health of America's largest estuary declined last year due to the effects of record-breaking precipitation.
New Rules Issued For Clean Water ActA decade after a Supreme Court decision muddied the waters of the Clean Water Act, new rules have been hammered out.
Inner Harbor Getting Cleaner With Water Wheel Trash InterceptorMost have us have seen it or smelled it. Trash in the Inner Harbor is a major problem and waterfront activists now have a new tool in fighting.
CBF Decries House Coal Bill As Election InitiativeThe Chesapeake Bay Foundation says a bill passed by House Republicans in Washington is an election year move that could threaten bay restoration efforts.
Md. Reminds Residents It's Drinking Water WeekThe Maryland Department of the Environment is reminding state residents that this is Drinking Water Week.
Western Md. Town Getting More Reliable Clean WaterAbout 450 people in western Maryland own of Mount Savage are getting more reliable drinking water.
Easton Hosting Clean Water WeekEaston is celebrating Clean Water Week, hosting discussions, concerts, films and other events about restoring the health of local rivers, streams and the Chesapeake Bay.