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WBOC Salisbury
Ocean City Emergency Beach Replenishment UnderwayOCEAN CITY, Md.- Emergency beach repairs were underway Tuesday as the town begi
Ocean City Emergency Beach Replenishment Underway
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 2 days ago
OCEAN CITY, Md.- Emergency beach repairs were underway Tuesday as the town begins to recover from January's winter storm. A partnership with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and town allowed for the emergency repairs to being. The Army... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Va. Bills Moving Forward Would Allow Minor Offenses to be Erased A bill that's getting bipartisan support in the Virginia General Assembly wou
Va. Bills Moving Forward Would Allow Minor Offenses to be Erased
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 6 days ago
A bill that's getting bipartisan support in the Virginia General Assembly would allow people who had minor alcohol or... Read more
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WVVA Bluefield
Maryland loses $1M in oyster restoration funding to VirginiaEASTON, Md. (AP) - At least $1 million in federal money earmarked to build new
Maryland loses $1M in oyster restoration funding to Virginia
WVVA Bluefield / Posted 7 days ago
EASTON, Md. (AP) - At least $1 million in federal money earmarked to build new oyster reefs on the Eastern Shore will instead go to Virginia after Maryland officials asked that the project be delayed. An oyster restoration project in the Tred Avon... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Maryland loses $1M in oyster restoration funding after Tred Avon River project is delayedAt least $1 million in federal money earmarked to build new oyster reefs on the
Maryland loses $1M in oyster restoration funding after Tred Avon River project is delayed
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
At least $1 million in federal money earmarked to build new oyster reefs on the Eastern Shore will instead go to Virginia after Maryland officials asked that the project be delayed. An oyster restoration project in the Tred Avon River, a tributary... Read more
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Bay Weekly
Sandhill Crane Hitching a RideHe wasn’t a fish out of water, but just the same, he was not where he should be
Sandhill Crane Hitching a Ride
Bay Weekly / Posted 14 days ago
He wasn’t a fish out of water, but just the same, he was not where he should be. The young sandhill crane was discovered in western Maryland, walking down the center lane of a highway and hanging out in a Home Depot parking lot. The tall, gray birds... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Maryland May Expand Bear Hunt to 2 More CountiesHAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP)- The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it's co
Maryland May Expand Bear Hunt to 2 More Counties
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 16 days ago
HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP)- The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it's considering expanding the annual black bear hunt to Frederick and Washington counties. The proposal is among a number of potential changes the agency released Tuesday for... Read more
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Bay Weekly
Oysters on the Slippery Slope?In a Bay of 700,000 acres, why make a big deal about eight acres? Could it be
Oysters on the Slippery Slope?
Bay Weekly / Posted 17 days ago
In a Bay of 700,000 acres, why make a big deal about eight acres? Could it be because those eight acres are the slippery slope on which restoration of Crassostrea virginica could lose its footing? With Chesapeake Country under blizzard watch, you... Read more
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WBAL-TV Baltimore
2 boaters missing on Severn River in EdgewaterRescue crews are searching Tuesday for two boaters on the Severn River in Edgew
2 boaters missing on Severn River in Edgewater
WBAL-TV Baltimore / Posted 23 days ago
Rescue crews are searching Tuesday for two boaters on the Severn River in Edgewater, U.S. Coast Guard and Maryland Department of Natural Resources police said. Police said the incident was reported before 11 a.m. Tuesday in the area of Beach Road.... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Bald eagles soar, nest in ColumbiaFor nearly 30 years, bald eagles remained on the endangered species list after
Bald eagles soar, nest in Columbia
Baltimore Sun / Posted 30 days ago
For nearly 30 years, bald eagles remained on the endangered species list after a pesticide, known as DDT, poisoned a significant number of the population, according to Central Regional Ecologist Dave Brinker of the Maryland Department of Natural... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Reduce scope of 25-home development planned in Fallston, residents urgeFallston residents who live near a 52-acre site slated for 25 new houses pleade
Reduce scope of 25-home development planned in Fallston, residents urge
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
Fallston residents who live near a 52-acre site slated for 25 new houses pleaded with Harford County officials Wednesday to find a way to reduce the scope of the development and preserve the meadows, woods and walking trails used by neighborhood... Read more

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