USS Constitution Opens Lottery For Chance To Ride Ship On July 4The USS Constitution opened up a lottery to allow 25 people to take a cruise around the Boston Harbor on the ship for Independence Day.
Ruling Creates Uncertainty For Proposed Boston SkyscraperA judge has rejected zoning rules that allow for a much-debated skyscraper on the edge of Boston Harbor, creating uncertainty for the project.
Security Cameras Captured SUV Crashing Into Boston Harbor Days Before Bodies FoundSuffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins’ office is continuing to investigate the death of a man and woman who were found inside an SUV in Boston Harbor.
Cease And Desist Order Issued To Bay State Cruise CompanyThe city of Boston and the state have issued a cease and desist order to Bay State Cruise Company after a photo emerged of what appeared to be a crowded cruise ship this weekend.
Seaplane Flights To NYC Will Soon Take Off From Boston HarborBoston's busy harbor will soon have more travel options, as seaplanes will start flights to and from New York City in a one year pilot program.
Scientists Attempt To Identify 'Microplastics' In Boston Harbor With New TechnologyScientists are experimenting in Boston Harbor to see if they can detect microplastics in the water.
Fishing Tournament Introduces Local Teens To Boston HarborThirty-six teens from Boston Public Schools pulled up to Fan Pier on Wednesday morning and boarded charter boats donated for the Save the Harbor Save the Bay Youth Fishing Tournament.
Camp Harbor View Helps Boston Kids Learn And ThriveBoston's Camp Harbor View is a summer camp for kids who may not otherwise have the chance to have a special summer.
8-Hour Swim Relay In Boston Harbor Raises Money For Kids With CancerDozens of swimmers, including three former Olympians, dove into Boston Harbor Friday morning for a good cause.
Kayakers Rescued After Clinging To Buoy In Boston HarborTwo kayakers are safe and sound, but learned a hard lesson about Boston Harbor in the spring.
US Government Sues Quincy For Alleged Dumping In Boston HarborThe U.S. government is suing the city of Quincy for allegedly illegally dumping sewage and untreated wastewater into Boston Harbor, Dorchester Bay and Quincy Bay for years.