Massachusetts is continuing to keep a close eye on trace amounts of radiation that is showing up in local rainwater.
Low concentrations of radioiodine likely associated with the nuclear power plant issues in Japan were found in a sample of precipitation, state health officials announced on Sunday.
Wayland native Alia Greenbaum, who was teaching near Sendai, Japan, when the earthquake hit on March 11, is now safe.
Some college students who had been packing their bags to study abroad in Japan are heading to New Hampshire instead.
Dr. Stuart Harris was in the northeastern part of Japan with two other doctors from Mass. General to join the relief efforts.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is raising concerns about two nuclear power plants with designs for spent fuel rod storage that are similar to Japan’s designs.
The Japan Society of Boston and the Old South Church in Boston have scheduled a vigil for the victims of the Japan earthquake and tsunami.
Plymouth’s sister city is Japan’s Shichigahama. The city is devastated and now its sister city here in Massachusetts is raising money to help it and the people who live there.
The Bedford, Mass. company i-Robot is about to be on the frontlines of Japan’s nuclear crisis.
When the Federal Government has to evacuate Americans from areas of natural disasters like we are seeing in Japan, or earlier in Egypt, who pays the bill? – Lynne