How Drought Will Impact Apples, Pumpkins, Foliage In New EnglandThe drought is causing big problems all over Massachusetts and it could affect some favorite fall activities.
Drought Means No Apple-Picking At One Rhode Island OrchardMother Nature is throwing a curve ball at farmers and orchards throughout New England.
Massachusetts Apple Crop Could Be 20% Below Average This FallThis year's batch is a bit smaller for many farmers as they struggle with abnormally dry and drought conditions.
Heavy Rain Could Put Damper On First Big Fall Weekend In New EnglandThe heavy rain could put a big damper on the first big fall weekend of the season.
Strong Apple Crop Expected In Mass. This YearThe Department of Agricultural Resources says Massachusetts orchards will produce 140 varieties worth about $20 million.
Growers Predict Strong Apple-Picking Season In New EnglandAs summer winds down in New England, apple-picking season is gearing up with growers forecasting a bumper crop.
'Best Of' Boston's Best 2014From Food and Nightlife, to the Arts, Music and Family events, here are the Boston's Best topics that more of you read than any other.
Apple Farmers On The Lookout For ThievesThis year's crop in NH and Mass. is smaller than last year's. Farms are hoping that thieves don't cut into any more of the business.
Boston Area's Best Places For Apple PickingThese local Boston farms have plenty to do beyond just picking apples, including rides, animals, gift shops, bakeries and plenty more.
WBZ WaterCooler: Autumn Apple PickingAt the WBZ Water Cooler: It's been a great season for apple picking here in New England. In fact, Frank Carlson of Carlson Orchards in Harvard, says they're coming off their biggest weekend, Columbus Day.
A Guide To Apple Picking In The Boston SuburbsTake advantage of the season with an apple-picking adventure and one of these Boston-area farms.
Best Apple Picking On The North Shore And In Merrimack ValleyDon't arrive late because farms are ripe for the apple picking. Here's a list of family-owned farms on the North Shore and in Merrimack Valley focused on fresh apples and family fun.