clean up

Jan 24, 2012

Ocean City considers offseason beach horse-riding

OCEAN CITY — Ocean City is considering allowing horseback riding on its beaches to help increase offseason tourism. A proposed ordinance would allow horseback riding from Nov. 1 to March 30 with a $50-per-horse permit. Riding would be allowed from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. The idea was proposed by Councilman Brent Ashley as a […]

Jul 19, 2011

Photo of the Day – Artscape aftermath

Check out a slideshow of our past Photos of the Day from The Daily Record’s staff photographers. We also have a SmugMug page, where you can purchase photos taken by The Daily Record staff

Feb 8, 2011

Bay advocates say they’re on the defensive

Just a few months ago, many Chesapeake Bay advocates were hopeful Congress would pass legislation that would strengthen federal authority over the bay cleanup and provide billions of dollars to control pollution from storm water and other sources of pollution. But instead of new authority or money, budget cuts and oversight hearings on existing regulations […]

Jan 10, 2011

Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Suit is anti-clean water, not pro-farmer

ANNAPOLIS — The Chesapeake Bay Foundation says a threatened suit by a farmers group against the federal government’s bay clean-up plan is not pro-farming, but anti-clean water. The bay foundation said Monday that it was extremely disappointed that the American Farm Bureau Federation planned to sue over the federal Environmental Protection Agency’s bay restoration strategy. […]

Dec 28, 2010

16 new recruits to help with bay clean up

The fight to clean up the Chesapeake Bay just got a new army. Sixteen fresh-faced young men and women clad in white polo shirts took the stage in Annapolis last month as the inaugural class of the Chesapeake Conservation Corps. The program, which is funded by the state of Maryland, the Chesapeake Bay Trust and […]

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