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The Baltimore Sun
2015-07-25

When it comes to Maryland agriculture, poultry is king.

But in Iowa — the nation's first presidential nominating state — corn is the top crop.

The Star Democrat
2015-07-23

EASTON — The Talbot Mentors board of directors recently selected Australian native Natalie Costanzo as its new executive director.

Capital Gazette
2015-07-22

The keywords heard in Tuesday's Severn River Association meeting don't sound exciting.

Oyster density. Dermo. Pelagic. Benthic.

My Eastern Shore MD
2015-07-22

CAMBRIDGE — An underwater robot used by the Horn Point Laboratory and a 28-foot deadrise workboat now have an unusual partnership.

Capital Gazette
2015-07-22

What we now refer to as the old rec center was originally built in 1942 for the purpose of serving our community.

Annapolis Patch
2015-07-21

The Annapolis City Council will hold a public hearing during its Monday, July 27 meeting, at 7 p.m. in City Council Chambers, located at 160 Duke of Gloucester Street in Annapolis.

El Espectador (Colombia)
2015-07-21

"I assure you that this area is not the same. I'm Ranger and have lived all my life here. The Orinoco region is changing very fast.

The Star Democrat
2015-07-17

CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne's County Commissioners approved a request from the local watermen's association for $10,000 to support oyster recovery efforts by Harris Seafood Company.

My Eastern Shore MD
2015-07-17

CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne's County Commissioners approved request from the local Waterman's Association for $10,000 to support of oyster recovery efforts by Harris Seafood Company.
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UDaily
2015-07-16

Twenty-five educators from Delaware and Maryland will head to the University of Delaware's Hugh R.