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Walden Pond

State police at Walden Pond Monday. (Photo by Carl Stevens - WBZ NewsRadio 1030)

Body Of Missing Swimmer Found In Walden Pond

Divers have recovered the body of a missing swimmer in Walden Pond.

10/01/2013

State police at Walden Pond Monday. (Photo by Carl Stevens - WBZ NewsRadio 1030)

Search Fails To Locate Missing Swimmer In Walden Pond

The 63-year-old man from Lincoln was last seen in the water late Sunday afternoon. He told his wife that he might try to swim the length of the pond.

09/30/2013

Walden Pond in Concord. (Credit: WBZ/Mary Blake)

Public Safety Officials Search For Missing Swimmer At Walden Pond In Concord

Public safety officials from several agencies are searching for a missing swimmer at Walden Pond, the Massachusetts State Police reported in a prepared statement Sunday night.

09/29/2013

A child was pulled from Walden Pond. (CBS)

Child Pulled From Walden Pond

An unresponsive 7-year-old boy was pulled from Walden Pond, Monday afternoon.

07/29/2013

Walden Pond (Credit: WBZ's Mary Blake)

Walden Pond: Thoreau’s Habitat Draws Thousands Of Visitors A Year

This week’s hot summer weather has had people flocking to their favorite ‘cool down’ spot.

06/27/2013

(photo credit: wellesleybnb.com)

Boston’s 5 Best Spots That Are a Commuter Rail Ride Away

Avoid the Boston traffic this summer by taking a short trip on the commuter rail to the best places to play in the city. These five spots offer the fun and relaxation of a quick getaway without the drive. Pack up and head out for a relaxing trip to the city’s best green-trip destinations.

08/04/2012

(Photo credit: MUHAMMAD SABRI/AFP/Getty Images)

Best Places To Fresh-Water Fish In The Boston Suburbs

If you’re looking to cast your line this spring season, try visiting the following five locations for fresh-water fishing in the Boston area.

05/25/2012

The Minuteman Statue/ WBZ

Road Trip: Lexington And Concord

Home to the beginning of the Revolutionary War, and home to some of America’s most famous writers, if you want to see first-hand some of the places where American history was made, visit Lexington and Concord.

CBS Boston–10/26/2010

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