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Robert and Kristen Trombero, the owners of Churchville Stables, LLC in Churchville, were presented with the 2012 Conservation Farmer of the Year award during the Harford Soil Conservation District's annual banquet Thursday night at the Level Fire Hall....
Tags: Rivers, Agriculture, Chad, Bodies of Water, Conservation
As a community we are beaming with pride. West Friendship Volunteer Fire Department Assistant Chief Mark Miller was among a team of Maryland Wildland Firefighters whose rescue efforts saved the life of a woman in Virginia on July 3. Members from the 20...
A man jumped from the highest spot on the Bay Bridge early Monday afternoon and was pulled — alive — from the water by Natural Resources Police. The unidentified man was flown by State Police helicopter to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center....
When Kelly Carneal worked in Baltimore County's agricultural preservation office 10 years ago, she heard talk about a future center that would assist farmers by providing federal, state and county agricultural agencies under one roof. In the years...
Area residents wishing to weigh in on the fate of Bloede Dam have one final day to do so. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources will host its second and final community input meeting at Catonsville Library, 1100 Frederick Road, Friday from 9 a.m....
A 105-year-old historic dam straddling Howard and Baltimore counties could be gone by winter 2014. The removal of the Bloede Dam was one of four potential plans presented by the Bloede Dam Alternatives Analysis Open House for the 230-foot-long, 30-foot-...
Twenty-five thousand ducklings can't be wrong. That's how many baby ducks — give or take a flock — that Cliff Brown and his all-volunteer Maryland Wood Duck Initiative helped peck their way into the world. The network builds and manages 1,900...
Howard County is working on what officials call its "infrastructure," but the project doesn't involve bulldozers, road crews or loads of steel and asphalt. This "infrastructure" of woods, fields and waterways existed before there was a county —...
Richard N. Novotny Sr., former executive director of the Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association who also lobbied on behalf of state recreational fishermen, died Sunday of kidney failure at Ivy Hall Geriatric & Rehabilitation Center in Middle River....
Let me start by saying that 1st District Councilperson Tom Quirk has made some good decisions in this CZMP. Most are issues that Rebecca and I endorsed throughout the process. I find it misleading for him, however, to be making statements that he down-...
A summer heat wave expected to last through the weekend is now blamed for seven deaths across Maryland, and public officials called Monday for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. to act quickly to repair power outages or risk more deaths. Four people died...
On a hot summer day, Big Gunpowder Falls beckons and thousands answer the call: anglers, swimmers, kayakers and picnickers. The Gunpowder also speaks to Gary Kloch, who hears cash registers each time a customer pays $20 to $35 for a red-and-yellow tube...
Tags: Energy Resources, Equestrian, Trout, State Parks, Fishing
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