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  • Water Wheel scoops 19 tons of Inner Harbor trash in one day

    Water Wheel scoops 19 tons of Inner Harbor trash in one day
    The Inner Harbor Water Wheel, the solar- and water-powered contraption that removes trash and debris from Baltimore's waterfront, collected a record 19 tons of waste on Monday, officials said.
  • Advocates try in Annapolis for plastic bag ban

    Advocates try in Annapolis for plastic bag ban
    Environmentalists and others fed up with litter are making a pitch in Annapolis for a statewide ban on plastic bags. But the effort faces long odds, with powerful industries opposed and many lawmakers skittish of any proposal that could cost or...

    Tower at Harbor Point starts to rise

    Tower at Harbor Point starts to rise
    Three stories of a new office tower poke above the ground on the waterfront peninsula between Fells Point and Harbor East, dwarfed by a 280-foot yellow crane that represents what's yet to rise. Incessant beeping filled the site Monday as excavators, dump...

    Preventing another Ferguson in Baltimore

    Preventing another Ferguson in Baltimore
    Monday marks the six-month anniversary of the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. This time has been filled with painful reminders of the deep divisions in our country and the constant dangers these barriers bring. Bright spots have been few. Many...

    City to pay for trash from Inner Harbor Water Wheel to be turned into electricity

    City to pay for trash from Inner Harbor Water Wheel to be turned into electricity
    Baltimore’s spending panel is set to approve a $317,000 contract to turn litter collected from the Inner Harbor into electricity, under an agreement believed to be the first of its kind. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will join officials from...