Scientists are predicting a “moderate” bloom of the toxic red tide in New England this summer, and say the same factors that held it in check last year could suppress it again. The naturally-occurring algae produces a toxin that shellfish absorb, making them unsafe for people to eat, though it’s not a danger to the animal.
The Department of Public Health announced on Friday that it detected low levels of radioiodine in an air sample in Massachusetts.
Health officials in Massachusetts are reporting that no radiation has been discovered in a dozen reservoirs, ponds and rivers that serve as sources of drinking water across the state.
A Weston neighborhood woke up underwater Thursday morning, after an MWRA plug broke in a nearby pond.
Police have identified a body found in the water off Lexington Square in East Boston Tuesday as that of a missing New York man.
Police are advising drivers to find alternate routes.
A water line ruptured in Boston’s Downtown Crossing, spilling water all throughout the area Tuesday morning.
About 70 percent of Gloucester is without water because of a water main break.
Being a sports fan in Boston is great, and expensive, too. The tickets, the parking, the food…it all adds up. So where’s the free water these days?
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