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An endangered North Atlantic right whale was found dead, entangled in rope off Martha's Vineyard, highlighting the species' dire situation. NOAA and other organizations plan a necropsy.
Friends of Hobart Park lead a volunteer tree planting initiative, aiding urban greenery in Brighton and sparking community bonding.
Surfers encounter great white shark in Cape Cod. The public is urged to report sightings via the Sharktivity app for safety.
Invasive spotted lanternfly infestation spreads to Wellesley, Massachusetts, threatening local agriculture and economy.
Mayor Michelle Wu announced an $11 million grant obtained by the City of Boston.
Two dolphins were rescued from a shallow river off Cape Cod by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, demonstrating the importance of continued efforts to protect and preserve marine life.
Cambridge unveils new Triangle Park, featuring an urban forest and unique design elements to boost the city's tree canopy and create a haven for residents and visitors.
Manatee spotted in Rhode Island's Quonochontaug Pond sparks excitement among locals and prompts close monitoring from officials to ensure the safety of the rare visitor.
A Connecticut couple on a scuba diving trip off Rhode Island rescues a baby shark entangled in a work glove, calling attention to the ongoing issue of underwater trash affecting marine life.
A lightning strike at Dorchester's Savin Hill Beach left a woman, who was out walking her dog, fighting for her life. The pup Bruce, who fled in fear, has been found and returned home to the woman's family.
Boston's gardening enthusiasts rejoiced as Mayor Wu announced this year's winners of the coveted Mayor's Garden Contest, commending their efforts in beautifying the city's neighborhoods.
After months of struggling with health issues, Kamaia, the beloved 14-year-old lion at Franklin Park Zoo, has been humanely euthanized, leaving the zoo community and his brother, Dinari, to mourn the loss.
Despite multiple attempts, territorial wasps remain in Ashland's Montenegro Square, but what is behind their strange, aggressive behavior?