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A new initiative to make up for the absence of aquatic grasses in Gumtree Cove could lead to similar projects in other less-productive tidal waters within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
The city of Baltimore is headed for bankruptcy if it doesn't make the necessary reforms to avoid it, according to a 10-year financial forecast Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake commissioned from an outside consulting firm.
When U.S. Navy Surgeon David Shelton Edwards was serving at the Washington Navy Yard in the late 1830s, he kept the spark in his marriage alive by writing eight love letters home to his wife, Harriet Eliza Henry.
Day's End Rescue Horse Farm takes in neglected and abused horses for rehabilitation and training. However the poor economy has decreased the number of horses they're able to adopt out, leaving them struggling for adequate space to house about 70 horses.
The Maryland Dream Act was passed by a 20 percent margin by Maryland voters after months of campaigning by supporters, including Casa de Maryland.
The Democratic challenger for the U.S. House seat in Maryland's 6th District drew praise on Tuesday from Democratic politicians who had shunned him during the primary.
Most know the legacy of popular Maryland landmarks from the War of 1812, as the state hosted the "Chesapeake Campaign" in 1813 and 1814, one of the most important fronts of the war. But, aside from giving us our national anthem and the iconic Fort McHenry flag, the War of 1812 often falls into obscurity, called "The Forgotten War" by historians.