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The USS Constitution. (WBZ-TV)

USS Constitution To Be Dry Docked For Renovations

The USS Constitution, the nation’s oldest commissioned Navy warship, will be undergoing significant restorations starting Monday.


The USS Constitution left Charlestown for its annual Fourth of July turnaround cruise to Castle Island and back. (Photo by Carl Stevens)

Pearl Harbor Honored At WWII Ship In Boston

The 73rd anniversary of the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor has been honored in Boston at a historic ship.


Retired Radioman 1st Class Donald Tabbut, 90, attends a Pearl Harbor commemoration ceremony at the Charlestown Navy Yard on Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013. (Credit: WBZ-TV)

Attack On Pearl Harbor Remembered At Charlestown Navy Yard

Donald Tabbut is 90 years old, but he still remembers being right in the middle of the 1941 surprise attack by the Japanese on the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor.



Boston’s Best Places To Take Family Photos

Choosing a special place in Boston for the family keepsake album isn’t the easiest decision with so many historic and picturesque options the capital has to offer. Any one of these destinations are exceptional..


October 2012 marked the 200th anniversary of the USS Constitution.

Change-Of-Command Ceremony Held At U.S.S. Constitution

The U.S.S. Constitution’s new commander is another native New Englander.


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Guide To Boston Tall Ships Visit, War Of 1812 Bicentennial

More than a dozen tall ships will descend on Boston Harbor this coming week as part of festivities to commemorate the bicentennial of the War of 1812.