| Dec 2, 2011
| 5:27 PM
Maxine and Robert Walker have worked to restore their historic Woodbine farm since they bought it in 1994. Their latest project is to replace the rotting wood on the side of their old yellow barn after rebuilding the stone foundation and replacing the tin...
| Jun 2, 2011
| 4:22 PM
A few more farmers markets have opened or are about to open for the season.The Saturday market at Green Spring Station returned on May 21 and continues through November 19. The market, which features two dozen vendors, runs rain or......
| Jan 19, 2012
| 1:22 PM
Mitt Romney's rigid position on illegal immigration and embrace of Kris Kobach, former law professor and architect of a law to rid Arizona of illegal aliens, may well cost him the fall election, even if helps him win the Republican nomination.
| Apr 6, 2011
| 4:59 PM
An animal-rights group contends that an elephant performing in Baltimore with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus poses a health risk to the public because she has tested positive for tuberculosis, but circus and government health officials...
| Jan 30, 2011
| 10:00 AM
The Columbia Athletic Club hosted a public showing Saturday of 28 new, electricity generating stationary bicycles.
The machines, installed in November, were then modified by Green Revolution, a company that specializes in installing generators on bikes...
| Aug 31, 2010
| 3:48 PM
Another article in a series about the people and the jobs that define a Maryland summer.
Amanda Clougherty takes a step back and surveys rows of pumpkins, tomatoes and watermelons splayed across tables inside the 4-H building at the Timonium Fairgrounds....
| Jul 15, 2011
| 8:00 AM
Ray Brasfield, owner of Cygnus Wine Cellars in Manchester, describes the Chancellor red wine grape as an old French-American hybrid that been grown in the eastern United States since the 1960s.
"It has kind of come and gone as a popular grape, although...
| Jun 20, 2011
| 1:12 PM
F. Gould Charshee Jr., an environmental planner who worked for decades on improving water quality in the Baltimore metropolitan area, died June 11 of complications from Parkinson's disease and a series of strokes at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson....
| Jun 22, 2011
| 4:00 AM
Regarding Tim Wheeler's recent article on oyster farming ("State's oyster farmers snagged in red tape," June 20), I would like to offer my insights on this subject as a member of the Maryland oyster aquaculture industry. As Mr. Wheeler sought to convey,...
| Aug 2, 2011
| 1:51 PM
With the numbers of 4-H exhibitors increasing each year, it seems as if the Harford County Farm Fair will soon outgrow its space of the past 24 summers at the Equestrian Center on Tollgate Road in Bel Air.
But with local politicians and fair...
| Jun 23, 2011
| 10:30 AM
In his recent article about oyster farming ("State's oyster farmers snagged on red tape," June 20), Tim Wheeler left out several important facts regarding the issuance of aquaculture leases. Had they been included, perhaps the headline of the article...
| Aug 8, 2011
| 6:26 PM
The sweet aroma of rice fills the air as David Ng steps forward in a Southeast Baltimore warehouse to inspect a shipment of hundreds of sacks of imported basmati rice. He folds back the stitched seams of the 40-pound burlap sacks holding grain that have...