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Search Tags: Chesapeake Bay
The oil from the spill in the Gulf of Mexico could make its way up the East Coast.
Scientists say there is a possibility the oil could get caught in the powerful current called the Gulf Stream, and get pulled up the Atlantic Coast.
Middletown students learned how what they do in Frederick County affects life 250 miles away.
A $17.5 million Smith Island environmental restoration project has been approved but not yet fully funded.
Erosion and rising sea levels in the Chesapeake threaten Smith Island's existence.
Chesapeake Bay's blue crab population increased 60 percent in a year and is at its highest level since 1997, the governors of Maryland and Virginia say.
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ANNAPOLIS - Despite 25 years of restoration and protection efforts, the Chesapeake Bay's health is still bad and making only slight improvements, according to an assessment released Wednesday.
As the city works to get pollutants off city streets, it will be ticketing vehicles parked in street-sweeping lanes.
The Maryland General Assembly has been reluctant to raise taxes in an election year, but 39 legislators across both chambers are co-sponsoring an act that would place a 5-cent tax on disposable carryout bags.
Construction on the bridge and Maryland's money woes led to the cancellation.