Rarely does spring cleaning lead to a live Civil War-era cannonball.
A young humpback whale has finally been freed after being entangled in a fishing gears foe the better part of the week. The Marine Animal Entranglement Response team of the Center for Coastal Studies (CCS) entangled the whale in Boston on Dec. 11.
Swarms of gypsy moths have been attacking the Massachusets area due to two consecutive dry springs. The invasive pests are reportedly chewing down acres of trees and delaying airplanes.
A new study on sea level rise in the past decades have shown that cities along the East Coast of the United States are at a more flood-prone future, seeing how sea level rise in the area is more rapid compared to the rest of the world.
A juvenile humpback whale was spotted this week in Boston Harbor near a Hyatt Regency. Was it seeking upscale lodging?