Massachusetts political and business leaders are gathering in Boston to highlight the importance of tourism to the local economy and honor those who have helped make the state an attractive destination.
Campgrounds on federal land in New Hampshire’s White Mountains could shut down this week barring a last-minute deal.
After the September 11th attacks in New York City, planes were grounded, fear lingered and there was a total collapse of Boston’s tourism business.
The state’s multibillion-dollar tourism industry is poised for a strong summer, if recent data and interviews with industry executives are any indication.
Whether you celebrate the holiday or not; you don’t have to sit around the open fire roasting chestnuts. Here are some fun ways to spend the day.
The number of travelers is expected to be up, even after the damage caused by Tropical Storm Irene.
With demand for hotel rooms back to pre-recession levels, rates are increasing locally — but hotel operators say they’re still cautious in their optimism.
The holiday weekend and the warm weather proved a strong pairing for tourism on the Cape. This summer is predicted to be one of the most successful seasons in years.
Businesses around Lake Winnipesaukee are gearing up for a busy holiday weekend. At Brown’s Boat Basin, they’re working to get boats in the water for customers anxious to kick off the summer season.
Gov. Deval Patrick is one of the best in the business at a key part of the professional politician’s craft – telling people what they want to hear.