How a national designation could change Charles County tourism, economy

A historic Maryland ship graveyard could become one of the latest tourism hubs.  A 18-square-mile stretch along the Potomac River in Charles County, which features more than 100 decaying World War I steamships, was designated a marine sanctuary by NOAA on July 8. The designation is part of continuing efforts to preserve, research and monitor marine ...

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