On Friday afternoon, a freight train derailed over the 1900 block of Falls Road.
On March 8th, an unlikely alliance of Republican and Democratic legislators, residents from across Maryland, and environmental advocates gathered to demand the end of public subsidies for
"It is a pollutant,” said Del. Lorig Charkoudian (D-Montgomery County).
"The BRESCO trash incinerator, in my neighborhood, has received $10 million worth of subsidies in the past six years paid for by Maryland rate payers," said Jennifer Krunze, Maryland program organi
“Closing sanitary sewer outfalls is a requirement of the consent decree, but when the city started doing that, the number of homes with sewage backups each year increased from 622 reported backups
Kim Anderson has been a homeowner in the Grove Park neighborhood for three years, and for three years she has had to deal with sewage muck coming into her home. “It makes me not want to be a homeow