BRIAN WITTE Associated Press ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A study finds states in the Chesapeake Bay watershed have made strides in reducing pollution in the nation’s largest estuary. But it found many jurisdictions in the…
Montgomery County will get a little greener after the county executive signed a law aimed to preserve and increase the number of trees in the county.
Maryland\’s Board of Public Works approved more
than $65 million for improvements to the state\’s water and sewage systems. The counties that will receive funding include Prince George\’s, Calvert, Frederick, St. Mary\’s, Wicomico, Allegany, Baltimore and Montgomery.