Aquarium Releases 3 Abandoned Seal Pups Off Rhode IslandThree seal pups that were apparently abandoned by their parents after birth have been released into the waters off Rhode Island.
Lawyers: Man Whose Kin Died Is Withholding InformationInsurance company lawyers say a Vermont man suspected of killing his millionaire grandfather refuses to answer questions about the day his boat sank with his mother onboard.
Report: New England Losing 65 Acres of Forestland Per DayNew England has been losing forestland to development at a rate of 65 acres per day — a loss that comes at a time when public funding for preservation of open land, both state and federal, has also been on the decline in all six states.
Tech Firm to Pay $3.5M in Settlement Over Preloaded SoftwareThe states involved in the settlement are Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, and more.
Police Chief Urges Newspaper Not To Publish Arrest LogsA Rhode Island police chief says he has tried to keep crimes out of the local newspaper because it embarrasses people.
Many Ferries To Block Island Canceled Due To High SeasMany ferries to Block Island have been canceled due to high seas.
Malloy, New England Governors Set To Talk Trade With CanadiansNew England governors and Eastern Canadian premiers are talking about Canadian-U.S. trade relations days after President Donald Trump threatened to abandon the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Lawyers: Aetna Envelope Window Reveals Patients' HIV StatusTwo legal organizations say health insurer Aetna revealed the HIV status of patients in several states by mailing envelopes with a large, clear window that showed information on purchasing HIV prescriptions.
First Hearing About Menhaden Fishing Rules Coming To Old LymeFishing managers are holding a series of public hearings along the East Coast about potential changes to the way they manage the menhaden fishery.
9 Northeast States Agree To Further Power Plant Carbon CutsNine Mid-Atlantic and New England states have agreed to update their regional environmental pact to further reduce power plant carbon emissions to fight global climate change.
Report: Nearly Half of State's Labor Force Holds Bachelor's DegreesHalf of all workers in Massachusetts held a bachelor's degree or higher in 2016, Connecticut's percentage is nearly as high.
New York Files Lawsuit Opposing Dredge Dumping In Long Island SoundNew York state has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency opposing a plan to allow dredged sediments to be dumped into the Long Island Sound.