Strong Apple Crop Expected In Mass. This YearThe Department of Agricultural Resources says Massachusetts orchards will produce 140 varieties worth about $20 million.
Bradley Jay: 'Is Boston Better Off Without Happy Hour?'If you have any doubts , click play and watch the last responder in this man-on-the-street Jay Talking video.
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.
Gridiron Grub: Five-Man Team Of BratsIt’s party time and beers and brats are the football fare of choice. Step up the flavor by thinking way beyond mustard and onions with these brat-topping ideas
Gridiron Grub: Big Apple BurgersYou don't have to live in the Big Apple to enjoy the immense taste of it. Even if the Giants aren't your team, Big Apple Burgers will taste great to fans from all regions.
Apple Supply Down, Prices Up This FallApples and apple cider will likely cost you more this fall.
Woman, 80, Throws Mangoes To Fight Off Robbers In New BedfordA couple of robbers met their match on Friday in the form of an 80-year-old woman when they tried to hold up a New Bedford Market.
Apples, Pears And Pumpkins In Abundance At Family FarmsDespite Tropical Storm Irene, apples and pears are in good supply at family farms.
Gardening With Gutner: Nothing Beats A Fresh Picked Apple!!Here are some apple-picking tips for people visiting a pick-your-own apple farm this season.
New England Apple Growers Fear Irene's Wrath New England apple growers are hoping for the best as Hurricane Irene approaches.
McDonald's Puts Happy Meal On A Diet, Adds Nutrition Phone App To MenuMcDonald's Corp. is adding apples to all its Happy Meals and launching a nutrition-focused mobile phone app as part of a broader health push.
Apples, Celery Top List Of Produce With Most Pesticide ResidueYou eat fruits and vegetables to stay healthy, but there is a warning about your favorite produce. New research suggests many fruits and vegetables are filled with the chemicals.