The construction of the Red Line would address many of Baltimore's long-standing transit deficiencies, but the city should take matters one step farther and create a true hub on the current site of 1st Mariner Arena.
Gov. Martin O'Malley promised a push during the coming legislative session to curb proliferation of large housing developments served by septic systems, saying that increased pollution from septic systems is undermining the state's progress to protect the Chesapeake Bay.
Gov. Martin O'Malley said that BGE customers would benefit more from the creation of new power in Maryland than the immediate $100 rate credit if the proposed merger between Constellation and Exelon approved.
The delay of the Keystone XL pipeline is one in a long series of decisions that has strangled the nation's economy, tied our fortunes to Middle East oil and ceded the advantage to China and other Asian economies.
Depending on which side was talking, a bill defeated by the Harford County Council Tuesday evening was either an environmental necessity or the first step down the road to building more gasoline service stations in rural areas of Harford County.
All too often, environmental protection and conservation are erroneously seen as being at odds, just as it seems the owner of an excavation company wouldn't be a natural selection for soil conservationist of the year. Appearances, however, are often deceiving. As it turns out, it's generally good business to be a good environmental steward, and Mr. Davis is living proof.