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2015/05/27 19:17
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Northern snakehead fish have been caught in Wicomico and Queen Anne's counties and may be breeding in the waters. Signs from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources urge anglers to report as...
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2015/05/27 16:25
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A man is unaccounted for after a boating accident in Cecil County. Maryland Department of Natural Resources police officials told 11 News that two men went fishing Tuesday on Octoraro Creek in the...
2015/05/27 15:25
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One person is unaccounted for after a kayaking accident in the Susquehanna River. Officials said one kayaker was pulled from the water Tuesday night on the Cecil County side of the river. That person...
2015/05/27 13:17
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CECIL COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — Officials in Harford and Cecil counties are searching for a missing kayaker Wednesday morning after a kayak overturned along the county line in the Susquehanna River with two...
2015/05/27 05:16
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Maryland DNR keeping track of striped bass By MICHAEL REID Staff writer It’s a few minutes before 7 a.m. on a Wednesday morning when Bobby Boarman pilots his 24-foot Carolina skiff out of the...
2015/05/22 15:16
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This story was updated May 22. View the explanation below. Within a year, long-awaited changes could be made to the county’s transferable development rights program in an attempt to preserve more...
2015/05/21 16:19
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Gov. Larrry Hogan and his dogs Lexi, in arms, and Arbor, in lifejacket, welcome Maryland’s new safe boating mascot, Splash the Water Safety Dog — a Chesapeake Bay retriever who replaced PFD...
2015/05/20 13:16
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The Enterprise’s April 15 editorial regarding The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s $365,000 fine on Dominion Cove Point for failure to report on 27 excessive ammonia emissions called attention...
2015/05/19 15:38
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Administrative Law Aquaculture lease BOTTOM LINE: Circuit court correctly reversed final decision of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (“DNR”) to deny an application for an aquaculture...
2015/05/19 15:38
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MARYLAND COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS Administrative Law, Aquaculture lease: Circuit court correctly reversed final decision of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (“DNR”) to deny an application...
2015/05/15 09:16
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After the deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police in Ferguson, Mo., Baltimore and elsewhere in the past several months, the Calvert County NAACP hosted a town hall forum to hear local...
2015/05/14 23:17
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Republican Loses Appeal Over Disputed Kent County ElectionRepublican Loses Appeal Over Disputed Kent County Election The state Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from the Republican candidate in...
2015/05/14 22:17
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WICOMICO COUNTY, Md. - Northern Snakeheads aren't the prettiest fish lurking in the waters on Delmarva, and they're a threat to native fish and wildlife. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources...
2015/05/14 16:19
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In 1962, the Smithsonian Institution of Washington, D.C., found itself the beneficiary of farmer Robert Lee Forrest’s unanticipated bequest: a 368-acre dairy farm in Edgewater pushing up against the...
2015/05/14 15:19
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After fashioning a long, pointed pole, securing a platform at one end and anchoring the other deep in the water, a new osprey pair moved in — just not the pair they had intended to build a home...
2015/05/14 10:15
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NAS Patuxent River Public Affairs It may not be summer on the calendar, but we all know Memorial Day weekend unofficially kicks off the season of sun, sand and swimming. Anticipating the increased...
2015/05/13 16:16
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The Leonardtown council awarded Monday the bid for the upgrade of the town’s wastewater treatment plant its monthly meeting on Monday. Town Administrator Laschelle McKay said she anticipated...
2015/05/11 21:42
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The Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries have long been suffering from harmful algae blooms caused by excess nutrients running off of the land, due largely to a continually growing population in the...
2015/05/08 21:17
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If spring is here, can algae blooms be far behind? Every year, as flowers bloom and trees leaf out, algae — microscopic plants — begin to flourish in the water. Most algal blooms are innocuous, but...
2015/05/08 13:16
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The start of the spring trophy rockfish season, which kicked off April 18, has started slowly for those running charter boats. “They’ve been overharvested,” said captain Eddie Davis, who charters his...
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