New England Aquarium Praises Creation of Right Whale Day

BOSTON - Officials with the New England Aquarium have praised the decision to enact Right Whale Day in Massachusetts. Former Governor Charlie Baker … [Read more...]

New England Senators Want More Federal Money for Elections

PORTLAND, ME (AP) - Senators in New England are getting behind a push to provide more federal resources to administer local and state … [Read more...]

New England Shrimp Fishery to Stay Shuttered as Waters Warm

PORTLAND, ME (AP) - New England’s commercial shrimp fishery will remain shuttered because of concerns about the health of the crustacean's population … [Read more...]

Parts of Northern New England See Season’s 1st Snowfall

BOSTON (AP) - Residents in parts of northern New England recently woke up to the first substantial snowfall of the season. Thanks to a cold front, … [Read more...]

Why Climate Change is Making It Harder to Chase Fall Foliage

PORTLAND, ME (AP) - Recent leaf-peeping seasons have been disrupted by weather conditions in New England, New York and elsewhere. Arborists and … [Read more...]

New England’s Success Against COVID-19 Could Be a Model

BOSTON (AP) - New England is giving the rest of the country a possible glimpse into the future if more Americans get vaccinated. The six-state region … [Read more...]

Marine Life Photojournalist to Give Free Virtual Lecture

  HYANNIS – The latest installment in the New England Aquarium Lecture Series will feature Brian Skerry, a National Geographic photographer … [Read more...]

AP: Could Pandemic Further Erode the New England Town Meeting?

MIDDLESEX, VT. (AP)-Another casualty of the coronavirus pandemic could be the centuries-old tradition of the New England town meeting. The basis of … [Read more...]
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