Maryland Casinos Draw Mostly Local Crowds

The typical visitor to a non-destination casino lives within about a 30-minute drive of their gambling grounds.

Low Dissolved Oxygen Main Culprit in Reported Fish Kills

Low-oxygen conditions accounted for about a third of lethal events investigated by the Maryland Department of the Environment since it began collecting fish kill data in 1984, a Capital News Service analysis found.

Shop Owners, Gambling Experts Weigh in on Potential Effect of National Harbor Casino

Some store owners say a casino would draw tourists, boost business

The Scoop on Poop: Pet Waste a Major Polluter of Md. Waterways

Studies in Maryland watersheds have found that pets produce up to one-third of bacterial pollution in waterways near developed areas.

Perdue Trial Shelved Until Late November

The trial pitting Waterkeeper Alliance Inc. against Perdue and a Perdue family poultry farm will be shelved until late November.

Coastkeeper Testifies in Ongoing Suit Against Perdue and Hudson Farm

An environmentalist testified in federal court Wednesday that water running over a Perdue contract farm could be releasing bacteria and excess nutrients into Franklin Branch, a tributary that feeds into the Pocomoke River.

Dining for a Cause: ‘From the Bay, For the Bay’ Benefits Chesapeake Bay Oyster Recovery

Restaurants in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and up $1 toward oyster recovery for every seafood dish purchased Oct. 6-13.

Restoration Projects Lay Groundwork for Chesapeake Bay Oyster Recovery

Five-year oyster reef-building project comes to an end as volunteers drop 50 reef balls into the Chesapeake Bay.