Activists waded into Baltimore's harbor Friday to launch a campaign for an increase Maryland's commitment to "clean" electricity from wind, solar and other forms of renewable energy.
Raw sewage leaked into the Gwynns Falls from a broken sewer pipe for eight days before utility crews were able to repair it two weeks ago, city officials disclosed Thursday.
With Maryland's proposed licensing fees for growing and selling medical marijuana among the highest in the nation, some advocates warn that the steep costs could drive off applicants, crippling the nascent program and limiting access to treatment for tens of thousands of state residents.
Dominion 'looking into' new escape path for residents in emergency
Dominion 'looking into' new escape route for residents in emergency
Efforts broaden to address toxic paint risks in newer rental units