Western Maryland's landscape provides breathtaking mountain and river views and includes Allegany, Frederick, Garrett and Washington counties. From Deep Creek Lake to hiking and biking along the C&O Canal to white water rafting, Western Maryland attracts those who love nature and the outdoors. Its rich history includes the Battle of Antietam, the bloodiest single-day battle in the Civil War, along with important stops on the Underground Railroad. Today, Frederick, Hagerstown and Cumberland form the backbone of business and commerce in Western Maryland, where there is a growing high-tech industry and increasing tourism throughout the region.
|07/24 –||Cardin, Local Students Paint Rain Barrels at The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore to Help the Chesapeake Bay|
|07/17 –||Cardin, Mikulski Applaud ARC Grant to Study Likely Impacts of Expanded Fracking for Oil Shale in Garrett County|
|07/15 –||Cardin, Mikulski, Van Hollen, Delaney Announce $575,000 In Federal Funding For Interoperable Communications In Frederick County|
|07/09 –||Cardin, Mikulski, Delaney Announce Federal Funds to Boost Commerce in Grantsville|
|07/02 –||Cardin, Mikulski, Delaney Announce $100,000 In Federal Funds To Increase Broadband Connectivity In Allegany County|