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My Eastern Shore MD
2016-05-19

EASTON — The Chesapeake Bay's waters received one of the best scores of the last few decades, according to a report card released Tuesday, May 17, by the University of Maryland Center for Environme

Baltimore Fishbowl
2016-05-19

"Thank you Maryland. I can see and breathe a bit better." Signed, a happier Maryland Blue Crab

Hampton Roads Daily Press
2016-05-19

For the second time in a month, data show the health of the Chesapeake Bay is improving after decades of pollution-fueled decline.

The Baltimore Sun
2016-05-19

We'll admit there are times that efforts to preserve and protect the health of the Chesapeake Bay feel a bit like mythology's Sisyphus and his rock.

Delmarva Public Radio
2016-05-18

BALTIMORE (AP) - A report by environmental scientists says the health of the Chesapeake Bay has improved as efforts to reduce runoff from land continue.

The Baltimore Business Journal
2016-05-18

Good morning, and another cloudy and happy Wednesday to you.

Annapolis Patch
2016-05-18

ANNAPOLIS, MD — Less pollution runoff into Chesapeake Bay in 2015 earned the country's largest estuary a grade of C for its overall health, an improvement over recent years, scientists said.

Saving Seafood
2016-05-18

May 18, 2016 — The overall health of Chesapeake Bay improved in 2015, according to scientists at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.

Delmarva Now
2016-05-18

The health of the Chesapeake Bay improved in 2015, marking three years of gains over the past four years, according to a new report.

The Roanoke Times
2016-05-17

BALTIMORE (AP) — A report by environmental scientists says the health of the Chesapeake Bay has improved as efforts to reduce runoff from land continue.