Turn Off Your Lights! Millions Of Birds To Fly Over Maryland Monday Night, State SaysMillions of birds are expected to take to the skies over Maryland Monday night as part of their annual migration, the Maryland Department of the Environment said.
Maryland Moving To Phase Out Hydrofluorocarbons, Reduce Methane EmissionsTo help meet Maryland's aggressive climate and environmental goals, the Maryland Department of the Environment is preparing to phase out greenhouse gases and reduce methane emissions.
Multiple Agencies Work To Contain Downtown Oil SpillMultiple agencies spent the day working to contain a heating oil spill downtown.
Anne Arundel County Waterways Reclassified For Shellfish HarvestingThe Maryland Department of the Environment announced Monday that it has reclassified parts of the Rhode and West rivers in Anne Arundel County for shellfish harvesting.
Maryland Sues Over Building Demolition And Asbestos PresenceMaryland is suing the owner of a historic Baltimore building for allegedly demolishing it and engaging in an asbestos project without a license.
Maryland Dam Needs To Reduce Environmental ImpactChanges need to be made at a Maryland hydroelectric dam before its federal license can be renewed, state environmental regulators say.
Maryland Plans Lawsuit Against EPA Under Clean Air ActRepublican Gov. Larry Hogan's administration announced plans to sue the Environmental Protection Agency.
Md. Dept. Of Environment Investigating Baltimore Area Fish KillMaryland Department of the Environment is investigating a fish kill in waterways in eastern Baltimore County, including the Gunpowder and Bird Rivers.
Report: Md. Beaches Are On A 4-Year Clean StreakMaryland beaches were open for swimming with no health-based advisories more than 98 percent of the time last summer.
Oil Shipments By Rail Made Public In MarylandThe Maryland Department of the Environment released records Wednesday disclosing the number of large oil shipments by rail companies in the state.
Baltimore DPW Reports Sewage Overflow Into Jones FallsThe city's Department of Public Works is reporting a sanitary sewer overflowed into Jones Falls Monday morning.
Sparrows Point Settlement To Include $3M In ProjectsA company hired to demolish an old steel mill in Baltimore and the mill's former owner will undertake $3 million in new environmental projects for the site.
Oyster Harvesting Temporarily Allowed In Kent Island NarrowsThe Maryland Department of the Environment says it's temporarily allowing watermen to harvest oysters and clams in the Kent Island Narrows, a waterway that is usually closed to shellfish harvesting.
Scope Of Climate Change Commission Expanded By SenateMaryland Senators voted Tuesday to increase the scope and responsibilities of the state's Commission on Climate Change, but not before Democratic and Republican lawmakers debated science and fiction.
Panel Advances Air Quality Proposals In Maryland A Maryland panel has advanced new protections against smog pollution proposed by the Maryland Department of the Environment.