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Wednesday, Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford and Treasurer Nancy Kopp voted in favor of granting a wetlands license to a Kent Island developer, despite complaints from residents and previous application rejections.
There's a push underway to get the state to move quickly to adopt regulations to slow down the impact of climate change and supporters are hoping a new map showing the impact of severe weather on Maryland will help the battle.
Underwater Pumpkin Carving at National Aquarium Aims to Help Children Understand Importance of ‘Scary’ Animals
Families flocked to the National Aquarium in Baltimore for its "Hallowmarine" celebration
It's a commonly used material, but beginning next year, you won't see it if you get your food-to-go or take a doggie bag home in Montgomery County because of a ban approved by the County Council.
An underground tunnel is being built for a new sewer system to alleviate flooding in DC neighborhoods. The $157 million project is ahead of schedule, and will be completed next spring.