From hotel accommodations to recommendations for dining, use this handy guide to Waikiki to get you around the island.
Gov. Maggie Hassan is proclaiming Saturday “Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day” to mark the 72nd commemoration of the attack that drew the United States into World War II.
It’s December 7, 2011, the 70th anniversary of what President Roosevelt called “the date that will live in infamy.”
The number of survivors gets smaller everyday, but one Sudbury man still remembers every moment.
When Navy Officer Kevin Matson found out his ship, the USS Oak Hill was making a detour from Rhode Island to Massachusetts, he was excited.
In response to my WBZ Radio commentary Tuesday on the life of John Lennon – who was murdered in New York City 30 years ago tonight – I received the following e-mail from a listener…
It was a quiet day Sunday morning in Hawaii when waves of Japanese planes dove from the sky in the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor.
Dec. 7, 1941 is supposed to be a date which will live in infamy. How come it has not been mentioned once, and it’s not in the newspapers? – Kristine, Medford