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firstname.lastname@example.orgIn July, members of a work group created as a result of a measure that passed the Maryland General Assembly earlier this year will start looking at ways to get more information about pesticide use in the state. This group — which will consist of...
Volunteers are needed for a tree planting from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 13, at at the Antietam Meadow Park, a community natural area park located near Waynesboro. Antietam Watershed Association, in partnership with Washington Township and the...
email@example.comA bill that would give Maryland farmers a 10-year break from new state and local environmental regulations related to water quality if they agree to take part in a state program to reduce nutrient and sediment discharges into the water was heard Tuesday...
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation seeks volunteers from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 6, to help plant 600 trees and shrubs along a stream on the Long Delite dairy farm in Williamsport. In the Long family for six generations, the farm is in the process...
U.S. Navy Country Current band performance canceled BOONSBORO - A scheduled performance in Boonsboro by the U.S. Navy Country Current band has been canceled, according to Boonsboro Town Manager Debra Smith. Boonsboro Town Council member Cynthia Kauffman...
Environmental groups are split over a bill that would give Maryland farmers more certainty about how Chesapeake Bay restoration regulations will affect them. Under the legislation, farmers would be exempted from new regulations for 10 years if they agree...
The Antietam Creek Watershed Alliance recently was awarded a grant from the Chesapeake Bay Trust to repair a failing stone-lined stream in a homeowner’s backyard, protecting the waters that eventually flow into the Chesapeake Bay. The unnamed...
Maryland residents who earn more than $100,000 annually will pay more income taxes and many will pay higher fees to flush their toilets under new laws taking effect Sunday. Under the income-tax law, single taxpayers with an adjusted gross income above...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOphelia Barizo loves science and can’t wait to share it with her students at Highland View Academy east of Hagerstown. Her passion for education was recently rewarded when Barizo was recognized by the National Science Teachers Association with the...
A farm bill passed by the U.S. Senate on Thursday retains funding to restore the Chesapeake Bay, even though conservation programs as a whole were cut, lawmakers and environmentalists said. The bill consolidates bay conservation with similar conservation...
The son of Daniel and Bertha Wolfinger Boward, Lawrence Mark Boward was born Sept. 6, 1923 in Reid, Md., and grew up in Hagerstown, Md. A lifetime member of First Christian Church, Mark graduated from Hagerstown High School in 1941. Mark worked for...
Janet McKegg was born in 1954 in Washington County General Hospital and spent the first 18 years of her life in Pleasant Valley, about 10 miles south of Boonsboro. She loved nature and its creatures from her earliest years, and also loved horses from the...
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