Scientists in Maryland are conducting a 100-year experiment to understand the role trees play in promoting biodiversity.
In the second of two stories on Smith Island, we'll talk with Maryland officials and climate-change experts about the prospects for this tiny spit of land in the Chesapeake Bay.
Smith Island may be famous for its cakes, but it's becoming even more well known for the bleak future scientists are painting for the island and its residents.
This week we'll delve into stories of famous and infamous Washingtonians, and once-celebrated but nearly-forgotten history.
For years, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has been trying to figure out why yellow perch, which spawn in rivers feeding into the Chesapeake Bay, are reproducing at lower and lower levels.
We'll reach into the Metro Connection archives this week and bring you some of our favorite stories from the past year.
Two hundred and fifteen years after a British navy ship sank off the coast of Delaware, the public can now view the ship's remains.
This week we'll bring you stories of things you can make, keep, or even carry to the grave: secrets.
States in the Chesapeake Bay watershed are more than a quarter of the way toward meeting goals for cutting the bay's three main pollutants by 2025.
A Calvert County man is sentenced to probation for illegally discharging fill material into the Chesapeake Bay.
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