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Sewage Problems Facing Maryland Residents

Sewage Problems Facing Maryland Residents

Damaged pipes and rising sewer treatment costs are hurting Maryland residents. The ensuing sewage backups are a result of aging pipes, and they’re becoming a real issue throughout Maryland. Due…

EPA Leads Chesapeake Bay Cleanup Amid Clean Water Act Controversy

EPA Leads Chesapeake Bay Cleanup Amid Clean Water Act Controversy

Chief Justice John Roberts, of the Supreme Court of the United States, announced last week that SCOTUS will not block a regulation that would limit mercury and other pollutants from…

Rare Flower Rediscovered in Maryland After 112 Years

Rare Flower Rediscovered in Maryland After 112 Years

Botany experts are saying that a rare flower in Maryland has been “rediscovered” after disappearing for 112 years. According to the Washington Post, a botanist discovered the flower — the…

Social Media Used as a Crime-Fighting Tool in Ellicott City Burglary

Social Media Used as a Crime-Fighting Tool in Ellicott City Burglary

With more than 4.49 billion web pages online today, the Internet is a pretty huge place. You can seemingly find anything, even the burglars who recently broke into a home.…

Wegmans Seeks Liquor License for the Second Time at Two-Floor Columbia Store

Wegmans Seeks Liquor License for the Second Time at Two-Floor Columbia Store

Wegmans Food Market may have already conquered Columbia, MD, but anyone who’s shopped in the store before knows it’s missing one major thing: the entire second floor, which was reserved…

Inside the Growing Trend of Free Tattoos at Parties

Inside the Growing Trend of Free Tattoos at Parties

Handing out party favors to guests is one of the most long-standing traditions that hosts observe whenever they hold an event. Few party hosts ever imagined giving out party favors…

Mayor of Baltimore to Spend $10 Million on Trash Cans for Pest Control

Mayor of Baltimore to Spend $10 Million on Trash Cans for Pest Control

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced a new $10 million plan to purchase large, durable trash cans for every household in the city area. This is part of a method to better…

Maryland Educators Launch Campaign to Advocate Against Standardized Testing

Maryland Educators Launch Campaign to Advocate Against Standardized Testing

“Less testing, more learning.” For educators in Maryland, this has become the campaign moniker in their advocacy against what they feel is an outdated practice in Maryland’s education system. The…

Critically Ill or Injured Hospital Patients in Maryland May Be Charged $40,000 for This One Service

Critically Ill or Injured Hospital Patients in Maryland May Be Charged $40,000 for This One Service

When one hospital is unable to treat a patient due to a lack of staffing or equipment, the patient may be lifted via air ambulance to be moved quickly to…

Who’s Leaving Behind All the Trash on Delmarva Rivers and Beaches?

Who’s Leaving Behind All the Trash on Delmarva Rivers and Beaches?

The summer recreation season brings in tourists, fish and game enthusiasts, and money for local businesses here in Crisfield, but unfortunately, many of those visitors will leave behind trash and…