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Rockville Neighbors Lament Loss Of Trees

Update: An earlier version of this story stated Columbia Gas Transmission did not respond to a request for comment. In fact, the company returned the call later in the day.

A shaded neighborhood in Rockville, Md., is getting a lot less leafy, as a gas company chops down dozens of trees above a gas line that runs under residents' properties.

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Former Developer Seeks To Build Buzz For Bees

These days, downtown, D.C. is buzzing with activity. Jeff Miller likes to think he had something to do with that.

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Construction Stands Still For Osprey Family

Construction on a footbridge in Anacostia Park along the Anacostia river in Southeast is temporarily on hold now that a pair of very special visitors has taken up residence there.

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Many Streams Suffer In Chesapeake Bay Watershed

There's less pollution draining into the Chesapeake Bay from rivers and streams in the watershed according to long term data, but the majority of streams remain in poor health.

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Researchers Studying Chinese 'Mitten' Crabs In Local Waterways

If you come across a crab that looks like it's wearing mittens, the Smithsonian wants to know.

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Chesapeake Bay Watershed Quality Is Better, Streams Still Poor

Scientists at the U.S. Geological Survey say the quality of water flowing into the Chesapeake Bay is improving over the long term, but streams are still in poor condition.

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