Dec 6, 2013
Historic St. Marya s Rectory returns Restored 1849 home is on the market
When Mary Johns first saw the historic St. Mary's Rectory in Aquasco, Md., she told her husband she “wouldn't want any other house, if I could have this house.” The newlyweds had been living in a townhouse in Woodbridge, Va., and were looking for a place to start a family.
The Washington Post
Maryland sues NRG Energy, alleging water pollution at two coal-fired generators
The Maryland Department of the Environment has brought another water pollution lawsuit against a subsidiary of NRG Energy, just weeks after the company agreed to pay millions of dollars in penalties and mitigation costs to settle a suit related to other facilities.
Prince Georgea s soybean farmers, residents prepare for pests
Prince George's County farmers and homeowners are bracing themselves for the arrival of a small insect known to cause a lot of crop destruction - and take up residence in homes during the winter.