The law that governs the nation’s fisheries was passed 36 years ago to oust foreign boats working in U.S. waters. Today, New England fishermen wonder if it will soon oust them.
Middle school students from area schools met at The New England Aquarium on Monday to help launch a major scientific experiment.
Animal rescue crews are now dealing with the largest mass stranding on record for the northeastern part of the U.S.
Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown is calling on President Obama to fire the head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Government forecasters said Thursday that New England could see “excess snowfall” this winter.
Today, Hurricane Hunter planes are in the sky flying 3-4 times a day right into the heart of Category 3 Irene, a storm which threatens the entire eastern seaboard.
Federal and local law enforcement officials are investigating the mutilation of a humpback whale carcass that washed up on a Nantucket beach.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration came under fire today at U-S Senate subcommittee hearing at Faneuil Hall over their spending of fines levied against New England fishermen.
Federal fisheries managers have proposed raising the limit on the lucrative sea scallop catch.
The U.S. commerce secretary has reversed course and will allow more fisherman accused of violations to have their cases reviewed for fairness by a special investigator.