National Aquarium Marks 40 Years As Baltimore IconThe National Aquarium on Tuesday celebrated its 40th year as a landmark and point of pride for Baltimore and Maryland.
Paddleboarders Work To Reclaim Baltimore's Inner Harbor For RecreationPaddleboarding on the Inner Harbor may have been a pipe dream in the past, but it is now a reality.
Chesapeake Bay Underwater Grasses Decreased Last Year, Survey FindsIn 2020, the abundance of underwater grasses in the Chesapeake Bay dropped for a second straight year, according to the Chesapeake Bay Program.
Baltimore Trash Wheels Adopted By Pompeian Olive OilBaltimore-based Pompeian olive oil has adopted Mr. and Professor Trash Wheel for one year, funding the collection and removal of an estimated 250 tons of trash and debris.
Dog-Day Cicadas Emerge In Time For Dog Days Of SummerJust when you thought Maryland was done with cicadas for 17 years, they're back. No, not the amber-winged, red-eyed Brood X. These cicadas have green-tinged wings and bodies and black eyes and are known as the dog-day cicadas.
Maryland Zoo Says It's Now Free Of Single-Use PlasticsThe Maryland Zoo in Baltimore announced Wednesday it is free of single-use plastics, including drinking water.
Bioenergy DevCo Opens New Anaerobic Digestion Facility In JessupBioenergy DevCo opened a new anaerobic digestion facility Wednesday on the Maryland Food Center campus in Jessup.
Baltimore DPW To Provide 190K Free Recycling Carts In New PartnershipThe Baltimore Department of Public Works will provide free recycling carts to 190,000 households.
Chesapeake Bay Receives 'C' Grade On Annual Report Card Despite Pandemic Quarantine Last YearThe health of the Chesapeake Bay improved to a grade of C in 2020 — up from a C-minus in 2019, according to an annual report card by scientists released Tuesday.
Board Of Public Works Approves $2.4 Million Grant To Protect Downtown Ellicott City From FloodingThe Maryland Board of Public Works Wednesday approved a $2.4 million grant for the construction of a stormwater detention basin that will provide flood protection for downtown Ellicott City.
60K Gallons of Wastewater Spills On Solley Road In Glen BurnieAbout 60,000 gallons of wastewater overflowed when a bypass pipe broke Tuesday, the Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works said.