BOSTON (AP) — A clean harbor advocacy group is giving strong grades to most Boston Harbor beaches in its second annual report card, but it’s also highlighting some problems.
More than half of the 15 beaches graded by Save the Harbor/Save the Bay scored either an A or A-plus in the report released Sunday. That means they were open at least nine out of 10 days last year.
Three beaches, two in Revere and one in Winthrop, didn’t shut down once.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Karen Twomey reportsComments