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  • Six charged with illegal striped bass fishing off Ocean City

    Six people have been charged since the start of this month with illegally catching striped bass in federal waters more than three miles off the coast of Ocean City, according to the Maryland Natural Resources Police. Police said the recreational fishers...
  • Number of deer taken in first week of firearm season down 10 percent

    Number of deer taken in first week of firearm season down 10 percent
    The first week of the state's two-week firearm season for hunting deers has produced fewer deer taken and at least one hunter seriously injured. According to Brian Eyler, Deer Project Leader for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, colder...
  • William Jabine II, reporter and editor

    William Jabine II, reporter and editor
    William Jabine II, a former Evening Sun reporter and assistant city editor who later became spokesman for the old State Roads Commission and the Department of Natural Resources, died Wednesday of pneumonia at Catonsville Commons Nursing and Rehabilitation...
  • Body of Parkville kayaker recovered from Gunpower Falls

    Body of Parkville kayaker recovered from Gunpower Falls
    Emergency responders on Sunday recovered the body of a 26-year-old kayaker who had been reported missing a day earlier. The body of Daniel Travis Deamond of Parkville was pulled from the Gunpowder Falls near Belair Road in Kingsville at about 11:30 a.m....
  • Greener state, greener city

    Greener state, greener city
    The recent passage and signing of landmark forest legislation will help protect the health and well-being of all Marylanders for generations to come. Maryland has made a commitment to "no net loss" of our state's forests — both urban and rural...
  • Girl, 12, injured in fall from Harford's King & Queen Seat

    A 12-year-old Havre de Grace girl remains hospitalized after sustaining "significant" injuries from a fall from the King & Queen Seat in Rocks State Park Saturday, several emergency information sources said. Three Department of Natural Resources Park...
  • 2013 Harford Guide Recreation and Parks

    2013 Harford Guide Recreation and Parks
    Harford County residents have access to thousands of acres of local and state parklands, with attractions ranging from disc golf courses, equestrian and hiking trails and sports fields to boat launches, playgrounds and nature centers. TRAILS AND...
  • Nominations sought for Harford Soil Conservation board

    The Maryland State Soil Conservation Committee is accepting nominations for appointment to the Harford Soil Conservation District Board of Supervisors. The appointment will be to fill the unexpired term of Michael S. Birch on Oct. 17, 2016. Nominations...
  • Gill sworn in as natural resources chief

    Gill sworn in as natural resources chief
    Gov. Martin O'Malley swore in Joseph P. Gill as Secretary of Natural Resources Tuesday, replacing John R. Griffin at the top of the 1,200-employee agency. Griffin has been named to replace Matt Gallagher as the governor's chief of staff as of June 1....
  • Harford Christian wins seventh straight Harford Envirothon

    Harford Christian wins seventh straight Harford Envirothon
    Harford Christian School won its seventh consecutive Harford Envirothon Wednesday, the culmination of weeks of studying, but the students' coach warned them they couldn't rest long with the state competition about six weeks away. "[There are] volumes of...
  • DNR secretary named governor's chief of staff

    DNR secretary named governor's chief of staff
    Gov. Martin O'Malley on Thursday named the head of Department of Natural Resources as his new chief of staff. John R. Griffin, 66, will take over for Matthew Gallagher, who will leave the administration at the end of May to lead the Goldseker...
  • Rock Creek residents help grow oysters

    Rock Creek residents help grow oysters
    As gulls and cormorants perched on the walls of Fort Carroll looked on, a crabbing boat stopped long enough to jettison 30 bushel baskets of very special oyster shells into the Patapsco River. On the boat, a handful of Pasadena residents spent their...