Two boats collided Thursday morning near Long Wharf in Boston.
Somber ceremonies across the country marked 70 years since the attacks on Pearl Harbor, a day President Franklin D. Roosevelt said would “live in infamy.”
Climate Change and the gradual creep of sea level rise has coastal communities wondering what life will be like in the future.
As clean as the harbor is now, the problems aren’t completely fixed. A viewer’s husband digs clams on the harbor’s shores, and is curious about recent closures.
The $65 million project will extend the airport’s longest runway by 400 feet into the Boston Harbor.
Rather than leaping from natural cliffs, the athletes are diving off of a special platform affixed to the roof of The Institute of Contemporary Art.
“Boston Don’t Dump” is an environmental art project by international artist Jane Ingram Allen. It features handmade paper artworks focused on the environmental issue of urban runoff.
U.S. Coast Guard crews will be on the water throughout the Fourth of July weekend boarding recreational boats to ensure they have proper safety gear and that operators aren’t under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Officials say a U.S. Coast Guard cutter is towing a 38-foot fishing vessel to Provincetown after it because disabled about 23 miles north of town.
Two sailboats flipped over on Tuesday in Boston Harbor, sending six students from the Winthrop High School sailing team into the water.