Over his career as a public planner, Lewis Lawrence grew accustomed to the bland formalities of planning commission meetings in Virginia's Middle Peninsula.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says more than $1 million in grants from its Chesapeake Bay office will be used to improve understanding of soft-shell clams, oysters, striped bass and other key bay species.
Everyone knows that restoring the polluted Chesapeake Bay won't be easy. A new report says it won't be cheap, either.
A report for the state Senate Finance Committee says cleaning the Chesapeake Bay could cost Virginians $13.6 billion to $15.7 billion.
McDonnell administration says incorrect figures are confusing; U.S. official says state should focus on better practices.
The Science Museum of Virginia has started a new garden using plants...
Virginia put many crabbers out of work when it banned dredging. Now some of...
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