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December 8 – 7 Artists, 7 Fishes (Northend Waterfront)

December 7 – Boston Harbor is clean but could face new threats to marine life: plastics and drugs (Boston Globe)

November 1 – Save the Harbor/Save the Bay President to Retire at Years End (South Boston Online)

October 25 – Fall Frolic Ends Share the Harbor (Boston Patch)

October 24 – Save the Harbor/Save the Bay President Retires at Years End (Winthrop Transcript)

October 18 – Save the Harbor/Save the Bay President to Retire (South Boston Today)

October 17 – Revere Pumpkin Dash 2018 (Revere Journal)

October 17 – Save the Harbor/Save the Bay President Steps Down (Eastie Times)

October 13 – Save the Harbor/Save the Bay President Retires (Revere Journal)

October 11- Save the Harbor/Save the Bay President to Retire at Year’s End (Sampan)

October 11 – Cease and Desist sent to Stop Burials of Washed-Up Sea Animals at Revere Beach (Boston 25)

October 5 – Fall Frolic: “Share the Harbor” Cruise to Spectacle Island on Oct. 20 (Revere Advocate)

September 30 – Monday Free Sunset Cruise (The Huntington News)

September 27 – Whale Fatality Likely Caused by Boat Strike (Revere Advocate)

September 27 – Whales and Clams Wash up On Revere Beach (Revere Journal)

September 27 – Share the Harbor on October 1st (South Boston Online)

September 27 – Share the Harbor with Save the Harbor (South Boston Today)

September 21 – Never Happened Before: Region Averaging One Dead Whale a Week Since Early August (NH1)

September 20 – Hundreds of Thousands of Atlantic Surf Clams Have Washed up On Revere Beach (Boston.com)

September 20 – 3 Free Cruises This Fall To Explore Harbor Islands (Hull Times)

September 20 – Festival Bids Fond Farewell to Summer Season (Hull Times)

September 20 – Mass clam Fatality Stinks up Revere Beach (Revere Advocate)

September 20 – Officials Investigate Large Clam Die Off (Boston Herald)

September 20 – Discover Moakley Offers Free Activities at South Boston Park (East Boston Times)

September 20 – Washed up Clams Bring Horrible Smell to Revere Beach (MyFox20)

September 19 – North End Family Pride Day and Johnny Paolo Bocce Tourney Attracts Hundreds (Northend Waterfront)

September 19 – Save the Harbor Brings “Lifes a Beach” to endless summer in Hull (Patch)

September 19 – Officials Investigate Large Die off of Clams (WCVB5)

September 19 – Mass Die of Clams Fouls Revere Beach (Boston Globe)

September 12 – Free “Share the Harbor” Cruises to Spectacle Island (South End News)

September 12 – Share the Harbor with Save the Harbor (South Boston Today)

September 10 – Experts: It’s time to stop hating on Wollaston Beach (Patriot Ledger)

September 7 – Share the Harbor with Save the Harbor (Boston Patch)

September 6 – Neighborhood Notables Life’s a Beach (Dorchester Reporter)

September 3 – Chelsea Group Sets Sail with Save the Harbor on Free Cruise to Spectacle Island (Chelsea Record)

August 31 – Braintree Afterschool Group Visits Boston Islands (Wicked Local Braintree)

August 30 – Boston Area Community Group Sets Sail with Save the Harbor (Boston Patch)

August 30 – BCYF Jackson Community Center sets sail with Save the Harbor (Wicked Local Allston-Brighton)

August 29 – Irish Night At The Bandstand in Marine Park On Pleasure Bay (South Boston Today)

August 29 – Save the Harbor Hosts Summer of Free Beach Bash and Splashes (Boston Patch)

August 28 – Cambridge Community Groups Join Save the Harbor/Save the Bay on cruises to Georges and Spectacle Island (Cambridge Wicked Local)

August 25 – Dorchester Beach Festival Calendar – Dorchester Reporter

August 23 – End of Summer Bash (South Boston Online)

August 23 – Save the Harbor/Save the Bay Splashes (South Boston Online)

August 22 – End of Summer Beach Party at BCYF Curley Community Center (South Boston Today)

August 22 – Massachusetts Nonprofits Share $326K to Support Summer Jobs (Mass Nonprofit News)

August 17 – Music at Marine Park August 23 (South Boston Today)

August 16 – Residents Pleased with Wollaston Beach Water Quality (Quincy Sun)

August 16 – Braintree Students attend Save the Harbor/Save the Bay cruise (Scituate Mariner – Wicked Local)

August 16 – Braintree Students attend Save the Harbor/Save the Bay cruise (Wicked Local – Braintree)

August 14 – Paragon Carousel in Hull to Host Story Time with Snow White (Wicked Local – Cohasset)

August 11 – Having a Ball (Boston Globe)

August 10 – Somerville Community Groups set sail with Save the Harbor/Save the Bay (The Somerville Times)

August 9 – 7th Annual Boston Seafood Festival Returns to Fish Pier (South Boston Online)

August 8 – Angler Reels in Trophy (Boston Herald)

August 7 – Gallery – Fan Pier Youth Fishing Tournament [Two PDFS] (Boston Herald)

August 6 – 5 fun things to do in Boston this week (Metro Boston)

August 4 – Take a giant bite of fun this weekend in Boston! (Boston Herald)

August 2- Kids Menu: From Milton Hill to Boston Harbor, fun awaits just outside our borders (Dot Reporter)

August 2- SB Groups Join Youth Beach Bash and Splash (South Boston Online)

August 1- BCYF Jackson-Mann joins Annual Beach Bash- Wicked Local (Allston-Brighton)

August 1- Free Things to Do in Boston, August 2018 (Boston Magazine)

August 1- Youth Beach Bash & Splash on Carson Beach (South Boston Today)

July 31- Summer Pursuits (Boston Globe)

July 30- Suspended Among the Clouds (Boston Globe)

July 28- Andres Amador Returns to Constitution Beach (Eastie Times)

July 26- Save the Harbor and DCR bring Art on the Shore (Revere Advocate)

July 26 5 for Good (WCVB5)

July 26 – Artist Draws His Lines in Nantasket’s Sand at Better Beaches Event (Hull Times)

July 25- Jason Meehan of South Boston Joins State Street Beach Clean Up (South Boston Today)

July 25- Tynan Happenings (South Boston Today)

July 24- Massachusetts Marine Trade Grants Funds for Summer Boating (MassNonProfit)

July 23- Dot Beach Festival! (Caught in Dot)

July 23- Dot Beach Festival (NBC Boston)

July 23- Southie Youth Beach Bash and Splash (Caught in Southie)

July 22 – 5 Fun Things to do in Boston this week (Metro Boston)

July 22 – Week of July 23rd (Caught in Southie)

July 21- Lynn Kids Set Sail into Boston Harbor (Item Live)

July 21 – Sand Sculpting Festival Set for Friday Kickoff (Chelsea Record)

July 21 – Revere Beach Sand Sculpting Festival (East Boston Times)

July 21 – Sand Sculpting Festival Set for Friday Kickoff (East Boston Times)

July 21 – “Share the Harbor” Tours and “Life’s a Beach” Events (South Boston Online)

July 20 – Sand Sculpting Festival Set for Friday Kickoff (Revere Journal)

July 20 – Save the Harbor’s free Share the Harbor tours and Life’s a Beach Events (Advocate News Online)

July 20 – Spectacular Sand Designs at Constitution, Nantasket and Revere Beaches (North End Waterfront)

July 19- Save the Harbor’s Free “Life’s a Beach” Events and “Share the Harbor” Tours (South Boston Online)

July 17- Save the Harbor’s free ‘Share the Harbor’ tours and ‘Life’s a Beach’ events (Sampan)

July 16- Waltham YMCA visits George’s Island with Save the Harbor/ Save the Bay (Wicked Local Waltham)

July 16- Boston Community Groups join Save the Harbor for Free Cruises (Boston Patch)

July 13 – Free Cruise to Boston Harbor Islands (The Boston Calendar)

July 13 – Kayaking Returns to Constitution Beach (East Boston Times)

July 13 – Save the Harbor/Save the Bay Free Cruise to Georges Island (South Boston Today)

July 12- Caught in Southie: Weekend Picks (NBC Boston)

July 10- Be wise, exercise! Free Summer Youth Fitness (Caught in Southie)

July 9 – 7th Annual Boston Seafood Festival (The Improper Bostonian)

July 5- The Concert Series Return to Red Rock Park (Item Live)

June 28- Hundreds Join Save the Harbor for the First Free Share the Harbor Cruise of the Season (Advocate News)

June 28- Coca-Cola Spends Day of Stewardship on Carson Beach (South Boston Online)

June 27- Worcester resident James Starbuck joins co-workers helping clean Boston Harbor (Worcester Telegram)

June 27- 565 People Join Save the Harbor on a Cruise to Boston Light (Boston Patch)

June 21- Attorney General Healey Funds $327,000 in Summer Youth Jobs (Cape Cod Today)

June 21- Lynn and Nahant Organizations Receive Better Beaches Grant (Chelsea Record)

June 21- Storm Damage Remains an Issue for Metropolitan Beaches Commission (Revere Journal)

June 19- The State is Set to Spend Bucks on the Region’s Beaches (Daily Item)

June 16- Three Winthrop Nonprofits Receive Grants (Winthrop Transcript)

June 16- Life Will be a Beach in 2018 (South Boston Today)

June 16- Discover Quincy: 50 Days of “Free”Dom (Boston.com)

June 15- Lynn/Nahant Nonprofits Receive Beaches Grants (Lynn Journal)

June 15- Eastie Nonprofits Receive Better Beaches Grant (East Boston Times)

June 15- Local Groups Receive Grants from SHSB (Revere Journal)

June 15- South Boston Receives $30,000+ from SH/SB (South Boston Online)

June 14- Save the Harbor gives grants, brings circus to Revere (Revere Advocate)

June 14- South Boston Receives $30,000+ from SH-SB (South Boston Online)

June 12- We All Benefit from Clean Beaches and Water (Beacon Hill Times)

June 12- SHSB Releases Annual Beach Quality Report Card (Beacon Hill Times)

June 12- Better Beaches Program Awards over $200,000 to local communities (Boston Patch)

June 12- Better Beaches Program awards $13,000 to Quincy Community Groups (Quincy Patch)

June 12- Lynn and Nahant Plan Beach Events Thanks to $11,000 in Grants (Daily Item)

June 11- Tot Lot Tuesdays ~ Storytime & Activities (Discover Quincy)

June 10- June 10, 2018 (Friends of Lynn & Nahant Beach)

June 6- Wolly Beach Wednesdays Concert Series 2018 (Discover Quincy)

June 4- SHSB releases annual Beach Quality Report Card (Beacon Hill Times)

June 2- Revere Beach Receives High Score for Water Quality (Revere Journal)

June 2- We all benefit from clean beaches (Revere Journal)

June 1- We all benefit from Clean Beaches (Chelsea Record)

June 1- We all Benefit from Clean Beaches (Everett Independent)

June 1- We all Benefit from Clean Beaches (Winthrop Transcript)

June 1- Winthrop Beach Receives High Marks on Annual Water Quality Report (Winthrop Transcript)

June 1- A Remarkable Turnaround (Lynn Journal)

June 1- Constitution Beach Receives High Marks on Water Quality Report (East Boston Times)

June 1- SHSB Releases Annual Beach Quality Report Card (Everett Independent)

June 1- King’s Beach Receives High marks on Save the Harbor/Save the Bay Annual Water Quality Report (Lynn Journal)

June 1- Revere Beach ready for summer with positive scores in water quality (Advocate News)

May 31- Boston Area Beaches Maintain High Rating/ Greater Boston Beaches show Slight Dip in Water Quality (Boston Globe)

May 30- Constitution Beach receives high marks on water quality report (East Boston Times)

May 30- 2018 Beaches Water Quality Report Card: Dot Beaches (Caught in Dot)

May 30- Tenean Continues to lag behind Boston Beaches in Water Quality (Dorchester Reporter)

May 30- Boston beaches get safety rating from water quality report (Metro)

May 29- Nantasket Beach near top of list for water quality (Patriot Ledger)

May 29- Nantasket Beach near top of list for water quality (Wicked Local)

May 29- The Senate Budget Includes Money to Clean Stinky Algae off of Lynn’s Beaches, Other Projects (Daily Item)

May 28- Nahant Dives into Summer with High Scores in Water Quality (Daily Item)

May 27- 2018 Beaches Water Quality Report Card: South #1 (Caught In Southie)

May 27- Boston Area Beaches Come Clean (Boston Herald)

May 27- New report shows Boston-area beaches are among cleanest in the country (Fox 25)

May 26- Save the Harbor Releases Beaches Water Quality Report Card (Quincy Sun)

May 23- Hit the beach yet? It’s already been done. (Boston Globe)

May 23- What’s the State of our Beaches Going Into Summer? (WBUR)

May 22- As summer approaches, many state beaches aren’t in good shape (Boston Globe)

May 14- Philanthropy Awards (Kensington Investment Company)

May 8- Bike the Beaches of Quincy Ride (Eventbrite)

May 3- South Enders Honored by South Bay Harbor Trail Coalition (South End News)

May 2- South Enders Honored by South Bay Harbor Trail Coalition (My South End)

May 1- Save the Harbor Hosts Over 600 People on 3 Free Harbor Cruises (Patch)

May 1-  Sustainability Festival at Newton South High School on May 4 (Green Newton)

April 24 – Beverly Wing Boston Harbor Hero (Sampan)

April 22 – Brendan Crighton Metropolitan Beaches Commission (Lynn Item)

April 12 – STH Honors South Bay Harbor Trail (Fort Point Boston)

April 12 – Marine Mammal Safaris (The Boston Calendar)

April 10 – 2018 Harbor Hero Maxwilliams Iwuala (Milton Patch)

April 10 – 2018 Harbor Hero Matthew Beaton (Shrewsbury Patch)

April 10 – 2018 Harbor Hero Jeffrey Bellows (Hingham Patch)

April 10 – 2018 Harbor Hero William Pressley (Newton Patch)

April 10 – 2018 Harbor Hero Dusty Rhodes (Weston Patch)

April 10 – 2018 Harbor Hero Beverly Wing (Jamaica Plain Patch)

April 4 – Rising Sea Levels Flooding Seaport (NECN)

April 4 – Save the Harbor Annual Soiree (BillBrett)

April 4- Boston Harbor Heroes Award for South Bay Harbor Trail Coalition (Urban Culture Institute)

March 16 – Harpoon Shamrock Splash benefits Save the Harbor (Revere Advocate)

March 16 – Save the Harbor Save the Bay Makes a Very Big Splash (Revere Journal)

March 16 – $4000 Raised for Lynn and Nahant at Shamrock Splash (Lynn Journal)

March 15 – SHSB’s Shamrock Splash Draws 200 Splashers (South Boston Online)

March 14 – Save the Harbor Makes a Big Splash on the Beach (Boston Patch)

March 14 – Save the Harbor Makes a Big Splash on the Beach (Cambridge Patch)

March 14 – Save the Harbor Makes a Big Splash on the Beach (Quincy Patch)

March 14 – Save the Harbor Makes a Big Splash on the Beach (Somerville Patch)

March 14 – Save the Harbor Makes a Big Splash on the Beach (Swampscott Patch)

March 13 – Lynn Beaches Benefit From Big ‘Splash’ (Daily Item)

March 11 – Gallery: Harpoon Shamrock Splash (Boston Herald)

March 11 – 7th Annual Harpoon Shamrock Splash (Discover Quincy)

March 11 – Beached porpoise a sign of clean harbor (Boston Herald)

March 9 – Letter to the Editor: Cold will not keep from splashing (Advocate News)

March 1 – Annual Harpoon Shamrock Splash set for March 11 (Eastie Times)

March 1 – Pop-In to Save the Harbor’s Pop-up (Charlestown Patriot-Bridge)

February 22 – Pop-In to Save the Harbor’s Pop-up (Charlestown Patriot-Bridge)

February 22 – Pop-In to Save the Harbor’s Pop-up near North Station (Sampan)

February 21 – Pop-In to Save the Harbor’s Pop-up Museum (North End Waterfront)

February 15 – Annual Harpoon Shamrock Splash March 11 (Winthrop transcript)

February 15 – Annual Harpoon Shamrock Splash Set for March 11 (Revere Journal)

February 14 – Help Save the Harbor Splash for our Beaches (Boston Patch)

February 14 – Help Save the Harbor Splash for our Beaches (Quincy Patch)

February 14 – Help Save the Harbor Splash for our Beaches (Swampscott Patch)

February 9 – Help Save the Harbor Splash for Revere’s Beach (Advocate News)

February 8 – Making a Big Splash for Lynn Beaches on March 11 (Daily Item)

January 24 – Neponset River seeing rising tide of needles ashore (Boston Herald)

February 2—South Bay Harbor Trail project gets set in motion (Beth Treffeisen)

February 11 – Save the Harbor to Splash on March5 (Sampan)

February 22 – Seventh annual Save the Harbor Splash needs your help to save beach programming (The Bulletin Newspapers)

March 2—Local beaches are now just a click away (The Boston Globe)

March 3—Beautify Revere to kick off on April 22 (Revere Journal)

March 4 – Seen at 2017 Harpoon St Patricks Day Festival (MassLive)

March 5 – Hundreds dive into Boston Harbor for fundraiser (wcvb5)

March 5—Event: Harpoon’s Shamrock Splash  (Caught in Southie)

March 5—Harpoon Shamrock Splash 2017 (The Boston Calendar)

March 6 – Chillin At The Beach (Boston Herald)

March 6 – Cold Comfort (The Boston Globe)

March 6 – Hundreds dive into freezing Boston Harbor (MassLive)

March 8 – Frigid fundraisers net more than $54,000 (The Bulletin Newspapers)

March 8—250 Splash in Record Cold to Save Summer Programs (Patch)

March 12 – 250 Splash in Record Cold to Save Summer Programs (South Boston Today)

March 15—250 Splash in Record Cold to Save Summer Programs (East Boston Times-Free Press)

March 17—Letter: Thanks to All Who Helped the Shamrock Splash (East Boston Times- Free Press)

March 17—Community Rallies to Save Piers Park Sailing Center (East Boston Times-Free Press)

April 12—Budget Cuts Make Waves For Beach Lovers (Lynn Item)

April 28 –Seals of Approval and Renewed Sense of Porpoise (Patch)

May 5—Local Children Get Out on the Water (Charlestown Patriot-Bridge)

May 10—West End Boys and Girls Club attends marine safari (Wicked Local Allston)

May 18—Drink locally: How Boston’s water powers local businesses (Curbed)

May 18—Beach lovers cry foul (Boston Globe)

May 19—Bell Isle Marsh Festival (Winthrop Sun Transcript)

May 22—Meetings to focus on beaches State Funding (Daily Item)

May 22—Public hearing on the state of four public beaches (Daily Item)

May26 ¬– Public Hearing on the State of the Beaches in Lynn Set for May 30 (Lynn Journal)

May 29–Navy jet flyover to mark JFK centennial (Boston Globe)

May 30—State Oks $150K For Algae Cleanup (Daily Item)

May 30—Save the Harbor 2017 Beach Water Quality Report Card (Boston Patch)

May 30—Save the Harbor 2017 Beach Water Quality Report Card (Swampscott Patch)

May 30—Last year’s drought had an upside: cleaner beaches in Boston (Boston Globe)

May 31—Quote of the day (Boston Globe)

June 1—Dot beaches earn low grades in six-year safety study (Dorchester Reporter)

June 1 – Save Harbor/Save Bay issues report on water quality at local beaches in ’16 (Winthrop Transcript)

June 1 – State Senate okays $40.8B budget; leaves revenues uncertain Local aid programs are highlighted (Dorchester Reporter)

June 2—Save the Harbor/Save the Bay Issues Report On Water Quality at Revere Beach in ’16 (Revere Journal)

June 3–The Boston Harbor Clean-Up: An Environmental – and Economic Success Story (The Charlestown Bridge)

June 3–The Boston Harbor Clean-Up: An Environmental – and Economic Success Story (Chelsea Record)

June 3–The Boston Harbor Clean-Up: An Environmental – and Economic Success Story (Eastie Times)

June 3–The Boston Harbor Clean-Up: An Environmental – and Economic Success Story (Lynn Journal)

June 3–Save Harbor/Save Bay Issues Report on Water Quality in ’16 (The Charlestown Bridge)

June 3–Save Harbor/Save Bay Issues Report on Water Quality in ’16 (Lynn Journal)

June 4–Harbor group to award $50K in grants for free beach events (Boston Herald)

June 8–Advocates see progress in Dot beach quality: Tenean still lags (Dorchester Reporter)

June 9–Revere Beach gets top marks on water quality report card (Revere Advocate)

June 9–Save the Harbor/Save the Bay awards $55K for free beach programs despite budget cuts (Revere Advocate)

June 13–Massive Revere Beach Brawl Closes Blvd., Eight Arrested (Malden Patch)

June 13–Revere Beach lovers lament state of ‘America’s first public beach’ (Wicked Local, Melrose)

June 13–Crowd became ‘confrontational and unruly’ at Revere Beach (Boston Globe)

June 16–Water quality good at most Massachusetts beaches; Issues remain at some urban spots (Patriot Ledger)

June 16–Water quality good at most Massachusetts beaches; Issues remain at some urban spots (Wicked Local, Cambridge)

June 16 – Water Quality Good at Most Mass Beaches; Issues Remain at Some (Metro West Daily News)

June 17–East Boston YMCA and NOAH Receive Better Beaches Grant (Eastie Times)

June 18– Water quality good at most Massachusetts beaches (South Coast Today)

June 29 – A public treasure at risk of being squandered (The Boston Globe)

June 30 – Summer Isn’t Summer Without Popular Concert Series (Lynn Journal)

July 5 – Brown Water is Algae Not Sewage (Patriot Ledger)

July 5 – Brown Water On Harbor Not Sewage (WCVB)

July 5 – What’s The Brown Stuff in the Water (Caught in Southie)

July 6 – What’s The Brown Water at Boston Harbor (MassLive)

July 6 – Nasty Harbor Sighting is Just Algae Not Sewage (North End Waterfront)

July 6 – Sewage Like Brown Algae Keeping Swimmers on the Beach (Boston 25 News)

July 6 – Harbor Explorers Summer Recreation offering kindles Quincy Kids’ interest (Patriot Ledger)

July 7 – Boston Harbor Brown Substance is Harmless Expert Says (CBS Boston)

July 14 – Kayaking at Constitution Beach Underway This Week (East Boston Times)

July 23 – On Revere Beach sand sculptures and family fun (Boston Globe)

September 25 – Free Fall Cruise to Spectacle Island (TheBostonCalendar)
September 22 – Paul S Grogran How a community foundation becomes acivic leader (Faith and Leadership)
September 18 – Save the Harbor’s Simply Marble-ous Treasure Hunt (West Roxbury Patch)
September 18 – Save the Harbor’s Simply Marble-ous Treasure Hunt (Somerville Patch)
September 18 – Save the Harbor’s Simply Marble-ous Treasure Hunt (Charlestown Patch)
September 18 – Save the Harbor’s Simply Marble-ous Treasure Hunt (Braintree Patch)
September 18 – Save the Harbor’s Simply Marble-ous Treasure Hunt (Back Bay Patch)
September 18 – Save the Harbor’s Simply Marble-ous Treasure Hunt (Jamaica Plain Patch)
September 17 – Treasure Hunt for JetBlue Flights is On (South Boston Online)
September 16 – 50 Projects 3200 Volunteers One Day (PR Newswire)
September 15 – Save the Harbor Treasurehunt Underway (Wicked Local Quincy)
September 15 – Save the Harbor Treasurehunt Underway (The Enterprise)
September 14 – Medford Kids Join Save the Harbor (Medford Patch)
September – Burlington Kids Join Save the Harbor (Burlington Patch)
September 11 – Save the Harbor Save the Bay (Jamaica Plain Gazette)
September 10 – Mayor Hosts End of Summer Beach Party (South Boston Today)
September 8 – End of Summer Beach Party (caught in southie)
September 7 – Protecting Our Areas Beaches (ItemLive.com)
September 5 – Wong looks to shore up beaches (ItemLive.com)
August 31 – End of Summer Beach Party (Color Magazine)
August 30 – Annual Beach Bash And Splash (South Boston Today)
August 29 – Roslindale Kids Visit Boston Harbor Islands (Wicked Local West Roxbury)
August 29 – Braintree Kids Make a Big Splash (Wicked Local Braintree)
August 27 – Mayor’s Office Hosts End of Summer Beach Party (SAMPAN)
August 27 – Mayor’s Office Hosts End of Summer Beach Party (City of Boston)
August 27 – Annual Beach bash and Splash (South Boston Today)
August 26 – Hundeds of Kids Make a Very Big Splash (Jamaica Plain Patch)
August 21 – Community Good Works (Banker & Tradesman)
August 21 – Boston Harbor Still Needs Our Attention (BostonGlobe)
August 20 – More Water Access (East Boston Times)
August 16 – Boston Quidditch Beach Tournament (The Boston Calendar)
August 15 – Somerville Kids Enjoy Harbor Program (Somerville Times)
August 14 – Winthrop Youths Visit the Boston Harbor Islands (Winthrop Transcript)
August 14 – Tracked Down (Boston Herald)
August 14 – Afterschool Summer Program Set Sail (Revere Journal)
August 13 – Youth from Burbank Y visit Harbor Islands (Reading Advocate)
August 13 – South Boston Kids Join Save the Harbor (South Boston Today)
August 12 – Lawrence Youths Set Sail (Eagle-Tribune)
August 12 – Woburn Kids Join Save the Harbor on Trips to the Boston Harbor Islands (Patch)
August 12 – Waltham Kids Join Save the Harbor on Trips to the Boston Harbor Islands (Patch)
August 12 – South End Kids Join Save the Harbor on Trips to the Boston Harbor Islands (Patch)
August 12 – Somerville Kids Join Save the Harbor on Trips to the Boston Harbor Islands (Patch)
August 12 – Roslindale Kids Join Save the Harbor on Trips to the Boston Harbor Islands (Patch)
August 12 – Reading Kids Join Save the Harbor on Trips to the Boston Harbor Islands (Patch)
August 12 – Newton Kids Join Save the Harbor on Trips to the Boston Harbor Islands (Patch)
August 12 – Jamaica Plain Kids Join Save the Harbor on Trips to the Boston Harbor Islands (Patch)
August 12 – Charlestown Kids Join Save the Harbor on Trips to the Boston Harbor Islands (Patch)
August 12 – Braintree Kids Join Save the Harbor on Trips to the Boston Harbor Islands (Patch)
August 11 – Lincolns Farrington Nature Linc group visits Boston Harbor Islands (Wicked Local Lincoln)
August 11 – Plenty for Y kids to see on land and sea (Daily Item)
August 10 – Chinatown kids join Save the Harbor (Sampan)
August 8 – Constitution Beach Transformed With Sand Art (Boston Globe)
August 7 – Warnings dont dampen day at beach (Daily Item)
August 7 – Sand art thats here until the next high tide (Boston Globe)
August 6 – With Just Rakes (WBUR)
August 6 – Water Quality Rating is High at Revere Beach (Revere Journal)
August 6 – Water Quality is A Key Recreational Public Safety Factor (SouthBostonToday)
August 6 – Tenean hit hard (Dorchester Reporter)
August 5 – Heavy Rains Take Toll on Water Quality at Constitution Beach (Eastie Times)
August 4 – Save the Harbor Offers Free Beach Programs on DCR’s Carson Beach (South End Patch)
August 4 – Save the Harbor Offers Free Beach Programs at DCR’s Carson Beach (Fenway-Kenmore Patch)
August 4 – Save the Harbor Offers Free Beach Programs at DCR’s Carson Beach (Charlestown Patch)
August 4 – According to the Numbers, Most Boston Beaches Are Clean as Can Be (BostInno)
July 30 – Tenean, Savin Hil plan for beach festivals in August (Dorchester Reporter)
July 28 – Free Swimming, Kayak Lessons Available at Carson Beach (Patch Charlestown)
July 17 – A Day At the Beach (Boston Globe)
July 17 – Sand Castles On The Beach in South Boston (South Boston Today)
July 15 – Building Sand Castles in Southie (Fort Point Boston Blog)
July 14 – Getting Ready for Sand Sculpting Festival (Revere Journal)
July 14 – Master Sandsculptors To Build 20-Ton Castle At Wollaston Beach (WickedLocal.com)
July 14 – Master Sandsculptors To Build 20-ton Castle At Wollaston Beach (Patriot Ledger)
July 14 – If You Build It, They Will Come (Caught In Southie Magazine)
July 14 – Getting Ready for Sand Sculpting Festival (Revere Journal)
July 13 – Master Sand Sculptors At Wollaston Beach (Quincy Sun)
July 8 – Boston snow still melting in man-made glacier of ice and trash (Examiner.com)
July 7 – South Boston ‘Snow Farm’ Clings To Life As Pile Of Ice And Trash (CBS Boston)
June 11 – Save the Harbor Awards Over $200000 (South Boston Today)
June 11 – Hull Quincy groups receive funding (Boston Globe)
June 10 – Hull groups get $11K (Wicked Local Hull)
June 10 – Hull groups get $11K (Patriot Ledger)
June – Better Beaches Program Awards $200,000 to 35 Groups in 9 Waterfront Communities (NoBo Magazine)
May 28 – South Boston beaches are cleaner than Miami Beach
May 28 – Constitution Beach in the Top Ten Cleanest Beaches (East Boston Times)
May 27 – High water marks (ItemLive.com)
May 26 – Southie Beaches Cleaner than Miami Beach (Metro)
May 26 – Boston Harbor Beaches Are Cleaning Up Their Act (BostInno)
May 23 – Water Quality Survey gives Boston-area Beaches High Mark (Boston Herald)
May 23 – Report gives Boston beaches high mark (Boston Globe)
March 21 – Hundreds take cold dip for good cause (Boston Herald)
March 21 – Snow? Never heard of it (Universal Hub)
March 21 – VIDEO: Polar Plunge held to benefit summer beach programs (WHDH)
March 21 – VIDEO: New Englander Waiting For Spring (NECN)
March 21 – VIDEO: Winter weather in spring still hurting businesses (FOX Boston)
March 1 – What to do with all that snow? Boston cleanup a brutal chore and it’s not over (The Guardian)
February 20 – Environmentally Speaking, Does It Matter If We Dump Snow into the Ocean? (Weather Channel)
February 12 – Snow Dumped in Boston Harbor as Last Resort (East Boston Times)
February 11 – Boston has no alternatives but to dump excess snow (Al Jazeera America)
February 10 – VIDEO: Desperation pushes snow removal to waterways in Massachusetts (Rachel Maddow interviews Bruce Berman on MSNBC)
February 10 – Snow Dumped in Boston Harbor as Last Resort (BostInno)
February 9 – Boston Probably Won’t Dump All that Snow (Boston.com)
February 9 – City may dump snow into Boston Harbor (Boston Globe)
February 9 – Record Snowfall frustrates public and officials (Boston Globe)
February 9 – Towns Getting Waivers (CBS Boston)
January 21 – Beaton Focuses on More Solar, Lower Energy Costs (Worcester Business Journal)