The river is rising.
Posts Tagged ‘Potomac River’
What that source is, however, has yet to be confirmed.
Just let them keep swimming.
There is a chance the source of the spill will never be found.
Eighteen "oiled geese" have been reported so far.
"There’s no reason to believe there will be any long term damage to the river or related waterways," a DOEE spokesperson says.
The Georgetown rabbi charged with voyeurism will appear in court today.
Saturday night's storm caused the city's sewage pipes to overflow.
Georgetown, July 26
The waters of the Potomac River have been known to contain sewer water and chemicals that scramble fish's sexes, but that isn't stopping Jeff Brown. Brown, a former Army lieutenant, plans to swim eight miles in the river in July to convince more black and Latino people to try swimming.
Brown's swim, set for July 20, [...]
Hains Point, December 17
Maybe the most amusing part of this story about whether the American Rivers list of the "Top 10 Most Endangered Rivers" is actually meaningful is this quote in the Post:
“Any time you have a list, whether it’s the top 10 movies of the year, or the top 10 endangered rivers, there’s always some subjective judgment [...]
The Potomac River seems to be giving the Anacostia a run for its money these days. The Potomac Conservancy has downgraded the health of the river from the D+ they gave it in 2007 to a D in a new report. The river saw a lower rating because of "continuing concerns about poor land use practices [...]
Georgetown Waterfront, September 30
Page three photos are now in a big picture gallery.
Virginia, May 29