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  • Bay Bank and Carrollton Bank plan to merge

    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...
  • VIMS researchers to study long-term effects of Irene, Lee

    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...
  • Bay sediment plume under study by VIMS

    Bay sediment plume under study by VIMS
    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...
  • Autumn fest in McHenry, food fest in NYC

    Autumn fest in McHenry, food fest in NYC
    Mid-Atlantic National Wildlife Refuge Week Celebrate America's wildlife heritage by visiting a local refuge during National Wildlife Refuge Week. On Sunday, Oct.14, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge will host "The Big Sit!...
  • Our Laguna: Playhouse's 'Marvelous Wonderettes' full of pizazz on opening night

    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,...
  • A second chance to count those white tails in deer survey

    While it's bustling with activity every weekend, the Anita C. Leight Estuary Center in Abingdon is going to be particularly busy on Jan. 12, with three major programs that will offer something for all ages throughout the day. The white-tailed deer...
  • Newport anticipates higher tides [Corrected]

    The highest tides of the month are expected to roll in this week, but flooding is unlikely, Newport Beach city officials said Wednesday. Tides are expected to reach 6.9 feet at 7:23 a.m. Thursday, 7 feet at 8:10 a.m. Friday and 6.8 feet at 8:55 a.m....
  • Naples Travel Guide: Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

    Naples Travel Guide: Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
    Explore the natural Florida habitats and observe the wildlife at Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, which is one of the few remaining mangrove estuaries in North America.   Through the 110,000 acres of the reserve, located at the...
  • Marine biologist indicted for allegedly feeding killer whales

     
    A 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....
  • Eco-tours and historic homes aren't to be missed

    West Florida: Explore the homes of iconic inventors (Fort Myers): The Edison and Ford Winter Estates are major tourist attractions in this Gulf Coast town and for good reason. A tour of the homes also includes a spin through a terrific 15,000-square-foot...
  • Virginia Beach vibe is fun, sun

    Virginia Beach vibe is fun, sun
    Forget about jogging, aerobics and exercise programs. If you really want a workout, try venturing up the old Cape Henry Lighthouse in Virginia Beach, Va., a 92-foot tower atop a 50-foot hill that's been overlooking the Chesapeake Bay for more than 200...