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Two decades ago, when lawyer Robert Waldman and his family moved to the Annapolis neighborhood of Homewood, there was talk of converting the old railroad right-of-way across from his house into some kind of thruway. An extra lane to take the traffic...
When 15-year-old Ian Kennedy moved to Columbia from Crofton with his mother in 1992, he never could have predicted the impact he would have on his new community. "Ian is a real Howard County success story," said County Executive Ken Ulman, Kennedy's...
And God said, "Let there be heat." Six months after an Earth Day ceremony to start Church of the Redeemer's installation of its new geothermal heating and air-conditioning system, the work is done and the system is up and running. Now, the church is set...
For almost 30 years now, Hieronimus & Co. in its various radio broadcasts, television, print, online, and other public forums has addressed the increasing weather extremes as a result of global warming. This discussion began in earnest in 1985 among...
The Maryland State Department of Education is conducting a search for the next set of environmentally friendly schools to compete for the title of 2013 National Green Ribbon Schools, a program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education that...
The Aberdeen City Council heard a request to let residents keep chickens, among other issues, at Monday night's meeting. Frank Turner said he lives on Chesapeake Court with his wife, two children and six chickens they keep as pets and use the eggs....
The 72,500-acre Aberdeen Proving Ground has been named to the Top Earth Day Champions list for its success in reducing harmful carbon emission and energy waste. The facility has a goal of reducing energy consumption 30 percent by 2015. Aberdeen Proving...
I am writing In response to the July 5 letter on Columbia's open space. In order to manage storm water runoff, save us money, and be "green," CA has increased stream buffer areas and done some community reforestation centered around Earth Day and...
Tags: Forests, Forestry and Timber
Anna Letaw, a parent volunteer at Linton Springs Elementary School, in Sykesville, was recently named as one of five finalists in the statewide Maryland Parent Involvement Awards program. Letaw volunteers as an advocate for outdoor learning at Linton...
Tags: Sykesville, Schools, Elementary Schools, Science
Earth Day weekend is upon us. I can tell because my email inbox is jammed with pitches for "green" products and corporate campaigns: Clothing made from recycled plastic bottles; natural skin care products; hybrid auto accessories, even pet waste...
Parishioners at Church of the Redeemer were greeted Sunday by a banner that said, "Going geothermal, for our earth, for our future, for our children." Wearing a ceremonial construction hard hat, the Rev. Paul Tunkle stood at the altar —...
Principio UMC, on Route 7 in Perryville, will hold a Spring Craft Show Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Purchase a unique Mothers Day gift from gifted crafters. Good food for sale by the Principio ladies. For info call Barb, 443-350-7961. A crab feast at...
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