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Rah! Rah! Rah! Sis Boom Bah! The Laguna Playhouse is putting some pizazz into the opening nights, starting with the debut of "The Marvelous Wonderettes: Caps & Gowns." Playhouse staff dressed up the affair. Executive Director Karen Wood wore a black,...
Tags: Apple iPad, Justice System, Judges, Animals, Entertainment
The Department of Natural Resources is turning its nets on us. Their trawls, in the form of online surveys and public comment sessions, aim to scoop up as many anglers as possible, hoist us sopping wet over their boat deck and dump all of our opinions...
The parent companies of Bay Bank and Carrollton Bank said Monday that they planned to merge in a deal worth nearly $25 million in cash and stock. Jefferson Bancorp Inc., the Lutherville-based owner of Bay Bank, will pay $15.4 million to Carrollton...
L.A. NOWA California marine biologist and whale-watching tour operator has been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly feeding killer whales in the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, in violation of federal wildlife provisions....
Daily American Staff WriterScott F. Bastian, Stoystown, published “Somerset County Naturally: A Guide to Enjoying the Wildlife in Somerset County, Pennsylvania” in 2002. He has just followed that with “Virginia Beach Naturally.” Bastian has been...
Clint Eastwood knows how to set a scene on screen or at Mission Ranch, his strikingly handsome hotel and restaurant in Carmel. The hotel, a historic property, has a multimillion dollar view of the sea and beautiful grounds to match. Magenta bougainvillea...
Richard J. Guadagno, 38, dedicated his life to protecting the environment. Growing up in Ewing, New Jersey, Rich came to love animals and the outdoors, leading him to a career as a biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. After graduating from...
Tags: Natural Resources, Oregon, New Jersey, Wildlife, Human Interest
The pounding rains from Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee delivered huge sediment plumes into Chesapeake Bay that pose threats to water quality, marine life such as oysters and bay grasses. Researchers from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science...
Channel 2 NewsA national park in Southeast Alaska is seeing a big boom in visitors, thanks to the ferry. Gustavus is the gateway to Glacier Bay National Park, and the newest stop on the Alaska Marine Highway System. Reporter Jackie Bartz and Photographer Eric Sowl...
Tags: Alaska, Tourism and Leisure, Travel, Landforms, National Parks
Chesapeake Bay water isn't just salty anymore. It's gritty. An eye-popping sediment plume caused by torrential rains from Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee has drifted into Chesapeake Bay and is under study by Virginia Institute of Marine Science...
Gilchrist Hospice Care announced the appointment of two new board members: Hugh W. Mohler, who currently serves in the Wealth Management area of Wells Fargo's Greater Maryland region and is the former president and chief executive officer of Bay National...
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