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Officers have returned to the scene of the crime, where last year they pulled up miles of illegal nets filled with 12.6 tons of striped bass from the frigid waters off Kent Island. This year they are armed with new weapons: side-scan sonar to detect...
The Department of Natural Resources will announce today that it has made its own large catch — 60 recreational fishermen involved in a variety of illegal activities on Maryland's waterways in the past five months. As a result, the agency has...
Jim McMartin and Jim Beggins make their living creating beautiful pieces of furniture from the wood Mother Nature leaves behind, and she was particularly careless with her trees this fall. Hurricane Irene rolled through the woods on Maryland's Eastern...
Maryland WeatherOne of these days, between work and the rain showers, I'll get to cut the grass. But for now, it's just going to keep growing as we continue to entertain showers and storms that just won't leave.Low-pressure parked pretty much on......
Postcards from FloridaCertainly, Florida is a dandy place to spend the holiday season. Personally, I can live without a White Christmas, but if you'd like snow, here's an option: In Talbot County, Maryland, the shops, inns, streets, houses, restaurants, resi...
The Chesapeake Bay's bounty was turned into a macabre tableau Monday morning as an illegal net at least 600 yards long and filled with decaying striped bass and other fish was partially pulled from the waters off Tilghman Island. As a crane whined and...
Tags: Chesapeake Bay, Fishing, Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, NPR
Special To The SunIt's dawn on Tilghman Island, and Dot Tyler, spry at age 70, is carrying on a community tradition. As her family and forebears have done, Dot is at work in the kitchen of the local fire department. She's readying food for the annual Tilghman Island...
Tags: Arts, Family, Culture, Annapolis, Restaurants
Sun StaffROCK HALL - The trolley used to stop at Linda and Richard Schauer's water garden so riders could gaze at the goldfish and lily pads in the gurgling pond. Drivers stopped yesterday to gawk at the swamp left behind by Tropical Storm Isabel, searching...
Sun StaffBy the end of today, the State House politicking over redrawing Maryland's legislative districts will be officially completed and a new map will become law. Now the battle moves to the courts. A half-dozen or more lawsuits are expected to be filed...
Special To The SunThere's good news and bad news for oyster fans this year. The bad news: The harvest, sadly, is shaping up as the worst in state history. The good news? Marylanders can still find their beloved Chesapeake Bay aursters on the menu and at the market - if...
Sun StaffDon't look for them in Baltimore or Annapolis. These eating places are located across the Bay Bridge, in quiet little towns once known for shore food like crab cakes and fried oysters. As recently as three years ago, the popular Zagat Survey restaurant...
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