The dead Finback whale that washed up on Boston Harbor Islands before making its way to Rockport will be buried Thursday.
A dead 50-foot finback whale first spotted floating in Boston Harbor more than two weeks ago has beached more than 30 miles to the north in Rockport, where town officials are trying to figure out what to do with it.
The dead Finback whale spotted in Boston Harbor earlier this month has washed up on the shores of Rockport.
Authorities say a South Korean student has apparently drowned at a Massachusetts beach.
The father of two-year-old Caleigh Harrison says he’ll never lose hope that she’s alive, but has now accepted the reality that the little girl was swept out to sea off a Rockport beach.
A neglect case has been opened against Allison Hammond out of concern for the welfare of Caleigh’s older sister, four-year-old Elizabeth.
Caleigh Harrison’s mother says she has done nothing wrong and that she is a good parent. She is now under investigation by the state for possible neglect.
The Rockport/State Police team investigating the disappearance filed a civil 51A report with the Department of Children and Families.
State and local police did not find anything new at Long Beach Friday.
State police said Thursday there’s “no evidence of a mysterious man on the beach” in their search for 2-year-old Caleigh Anne Harrison .