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  • Let Iraq and Syria burn [Letter]

    Let Iraq and Syria burn [Letter]
    Your editorial on the situation in Iraq left many hard questions unanswered ("Hard choices in Iraq," June 16).
  • Roland Park Country School addressing erosion in 'backwoods'

    Roland Park Country School addressing erosion in 'backwoods'
    The Roland Park Civic League is concerned about a new storm water management system to address erosion in the woods behind Roland Park Country School. The school is installing a buried piping system to control runoff in the school's so-called...

    Planting the seeds of doubt about what tree to plant in the front yard

    I wish I had been able to join the students from the GreenMount School in Remington and Independence School in Hampden on Arbor Day as they planted 40 small trees along Stony Run. Besides being fun, initiatives like this one by the Baltimore City Forestry...

    County unveils arboretum at Ellicott City government campus

    County unveils arboretum at Ellicott City government campus
    Visitors to Howard County's main government campus in Ellicott City will now have the opportunity to take an educational outdoor stroll whenever official work gets too stressful. District 4 County Council member Mary Kay Sigaty and Howard County...

    Hundreds of trees planted at Harford's Arbor Day observance

    Hundreds of trees planted at Harford's Arbor Day observance
    Harford County celebrated Arbor Day 2014 on Good Friday, as volunteers of all ages gathered at the Chapel Road Sports Complex in Havre de Grace to plant hundreds of seedlings and young trees. Though skies were partly cloudy and temperatures...