Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Alexandra Leslie Apr 24
"Public safety is obviously our number one priority." Fire Chief Scott Jepson explains how local & state public safety officials plan to keep you safe during Saturday's planned implosion of the towers. Catch the full story tonight on at 5:30.
Reply Retweet Like
WPRI 12 19h
With the tower implosion happening this weekend, here's a look back at a tour took of the cooling towers when they were nearing completion in 2011.
Reply Retweet Like
Katherine Fisher 6 Dec 14
Reply Retweet Like
ben baldwin 28 Jul 13
Reply Retweet Like
Em Varo 16 Dec 16
Pink smoke offers a warm hue on a freezing cold day.
Reply Retweet Like
Jeff Nunes Mar 24
Down they come. Just like that the view from my livingroom window changed.
Reply Retweet Like
Mass. Peace Action 28 Jul 13
Mass Peace Action salutes protesters taking necessary action to save the planet at today
Reply Retweet Like
EMass Climate Summer 28 Jul 13
Up bright and early for at ! We're pumped-look out for our bright orange tshirts at the parking lot!
Reply Retweet Like
Jay O'Hara 6 Dec 14
Reply Retweet Like
Dan McCready 2 Apr 15
Reply Retweet Like
Jay O'Hara 7 Oct 13
Brayton Point to close in 2017
Reply Retweet Like
Marla Marcum 7 Oct 13
A little white lobster boat flying a big American flag + the power of moral courage 2 change the world
Reply Retweet Like
Jay O'Hara 6 Dec 14
Reply Retweet Like
Katherine Fisher 6 Dec 14
"I want to stand more on the side of life than of death."
Reply Retweet Like
Elise Hugus 6 Dec 14
Reply Retweet Like
Joel Wool 28 Jan 14
coal plant confirmed to close in 2017. Will we support in transition?
Reply Retweet Like
Pat Luckow 1 Jun 17
The US may be on the way out of Paris, but Massachusetts is done with coal as of today.
Reply Retweet Like
Joel Wool 24 Oct 13
Lawsuit against coal-fired will bring funds for air quality improvements, redevelopment study
Reply Retweet Like
Jay O'Hara 6 Dec 14
Reply Retweet Like
Suzanne Morse 14 Mar 16
Environmentalists Call for Reinventing
Reply Retweet Like