2 Women Attacked By Swarm Of BeesTwo North Shore women are recovering after they were attacked by a swarm of bees and stung dozens of times while out on a hike.
Mass. Environment Group Warns: No Bees Means No FoodA group called Environment Massachusetts is trying to increase public awareness about the plight of the bee.
Beekeepers Say State Is Not Doing Enough To Limit Harmful PesticidesSome Massachusetts beekeepers are buzzing mad, charging that the state is not doing enough to limit pesticides that can kill bees.
Boston Researchers Train Bees To Detect DiabetesThe students are hoping to use this research on bees to look for other diseases that can be detected on a person's breath like tuberculosis and cancer.
Spring Training Buzz: Red Sox-Yankees Game Delayed By BeesA spring training game between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees created a buzz.
Local Beekeepers Say Mosquito Spraying Also Wiping Out Bees Spraying designed to decrease the mosquito population is also wiping out bees.
Study: Pesticide Likely To Blame For Drop In Honey Bee PopulationHoneybees are a critical part of our food supply, but they're disappearing at an alarming rate. Dr. Alex Lu of Harvard, though, believes he's solved the mystery.
'Urban' Beekeeping Becoming Popular In Boston AreaUrban beekeeping is becoming a popular hobby in the Boston area.
Gardening With Gutner: The Importance Of Bee PollinationThis week on Gardening With Gutner, Todd traveled to Parlee Farms in Tyngsboro, MA, where he met with bee keeper Andrew Reseska.