About 5,500 more people could survive a major tsunami hitting the U.S. if they just walk a little faster to higher ground after roads are knocked out, a new study shows.
An 18-year-old from Amherst is studying ancient typhoons and tsunamis.
A storm that blew through earlier this month might have spurred a rare phenomenon for the East Coast: a tsunami.
It’s a tedious and time consuming process. But 24-year-old Eric Heins spends hours and hours everyday making handmade little leather bracelets.
Wayland native Alia Greenbaum, who was teaching near Sendai, Japan, when the earthquake hit on March 11, is now safe.
Plymouth’s sister city is Japan’s Shichigahama. The city is devastated and now its sister city here in Massachusetts is raising money to help it and the people who live there.
The Bedford, Mass. company i-Robot is about to be on the frontlines of Japan’s nuclear crisis.
Another voice in the midst of the crisis and tragedy in Japan adds nothing…..I mean nothing…..but it sure doesn’t stop the voices and misleading verbiage barrage from spilling over on all sides. Another example of information technology “out-of-control.”
The parents of a Wayland woman who is teaching in Japan are pleading for help to get their daughter home.
There are mounting concerns over the global impact of that massive earthquake and tsunami in Japan which pushed stocks lower.