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Fish For a Cure celebrates 10th anniversary with a new million dollar pledge, a new partnership, and a new venue

2016 marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter in Fish For a Cure (F4AC) history. This year’s Rockfish Tournament and Shore Party will be held on Saturday November 5th.

New Park, Public Art Display and Logo for Odenton Town Center to be Designed by University of Maryland Students

County Executive Steve Schuh announced that students from the University of Maryland have been tasked with designing a new park, public art display and logo for Odenton Town Center.

Towne Spotlight: Local Business and Community News of the Eastern Shore October 2016

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum hosts Board of Governors’ Annual Meeting and Reception and more

Aberdeen High School students discover the Bay on CBF's Baltimore Education Program

While out exploring the Susquehanna Flats with students from Aberdeen High School, CBF Captain Ian Robbins caught and released this gigantic blue crab.

Towne Spotlight: Local Business and Community News of West County October 2016

Fence & Deck Connection & WMAR ABC2 Team Up in an Extreme Makeover to the Children’s Home, and more!

St. John the Evangelist School Competes in Catholic Charities Dragon Boat Races

The school community raised more than $4,000 for their benefitting charity the DePaul House, which offers rent-assisted housing for seniors.

Waterfowl Walks in Sanctuary Areas at Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge

Friends of Eastern Neck, Inc., announces the second year of five Winter Waterfowl Walks at Eastern Neck NWR, one per month, starting November 5.

The Chestertown Harry Potter Festival Returns!

Magical Weekend benefits Garfield Center for the Arts and Mid-Shore Community Foundation (MSCF)’s Fund for Kent County

Local Impact Grants to Benefit Numerous Anne Arundel County Based Organizations

The Cordish Companies' Maryland Live! Casino And The Anne Arundel County Local Development Council Award Record Breaking $18.6 Million In Local Impact Grants For FY2017

If Everyone Ate Less Meat We Could Save the Bay in a Jiff

If everyone in the Chesapeake Bay drainage area consumed only the recommended amount of protein, the reductions in nitrogen pollution would be equivalent to what is needed to save the Bay