New Hampshire authorities say concerns about “red tide” have led to the closing of Atlantic coastal waters and the Hampton and Seabrook Harbor to shellfishing.
The nuclear disaster in Japan has revived decades-old concerns about who would help evacuate schoolchildren if something similar happened in New Hampshire.
Some New Hampshire teachers who work near the nuclear power plant in Seabrook claim there is no evacuation plan in place for students if there is a nuclear disaster.
Officials from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission are reassuring state leaders that nuclear plants in and around Massachusetts are safe, even as they order inspections of the plants here and across the country.
Smoke in an elevator prompted the Seabrook nuclear power plant in New Hampshire to declare “an unusual event,” but officials say no one was hurt and the incident did not affect plant safety.
More volunteers are turning out to help clean up millions of small plastic disks swept downriver from a New Hampshire wastewater treatment plant to the ocean shores of New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
There’s a new demand for radiation-blocking pills in the city of Newburyport, in the wake of Japan’s nuclear disaster.
The nuclear accident in Japan is being watched closely by folks in Seabrook, New Hampshire, site of the last nuclear power plant to be built in America.
Thousands of small plastics disks from a Hooksett, N.H., sewage treatment plant are washing up on the sea shore in N.H. and Mass.
Citizens’ groups filed a petition Wednesday to protest an application from New Hampshire’s lone nuclear power plant to extend its license for 20 years.