Three new research articles show that the conditions for life as we know it here on Earth exist in the universe.
Customers of one of the largest water utilities in the region are scratching their heads over how they could be paying more for using less.
The tap water coming from the faucets looked about like wheatgrass juice — undrinkable.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland officials will be reminding people to be careful on the water. Maryland Natural Resources Police and the Maryland Park Service have scheduled a news conference on Thursday at Sandy Point State Park. It comes after two deaths from drowning on state waterways over the Fourth of July weekend. There also…
What many parents may not realize is there is a form of drowning that\’s deceptive and kills over time.
In recent weeks, some neighbors in the City of Manassas have been dealing with a nauseating situation. A foul odor has been coming up through the manhole covers in their community and even into their homes.
Staying hydrated is important, especially during the heat of summer. But even if you drink a lot of water, other factors might be working against you.
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.
In the heat of summer, there are few thing better than jumping into refreshing water at a pool or beach. But with the joy comes lurking dangers for children and inexperienced swimmers.
Here a look at what steps you can take to conserve water and promote quality in honor of World Water Day on Friday.
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
(WSSC) says that customers in the Laurel and
Beltsville areas of Prince George\’s County could
be experiencing discolored water.
A water break in Largo, Md. has knocked out water
to hundreds and repairs could take until the
A new study shows teachers may be hurting students chances at higher test scores by banning water bottles in the classroom.
Water isn\’t just for thirst anymore. The University of Connecticut has found that dehydration can affect energy levels, alter mood and hurt one\’s ability to think clearly.