A 2019 series of stories on the closing of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth.
Agreement ensures financial, environmental, and public safety protections during the dismantlement and cleanup of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth
On Friday at 5:28 p.m., the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth shut down its reactor, forever.
The Plymouth nuclear plant is shutting down for good. Reactor operators train for "cold shutdown" at a nearby training center.
The powering-down process is called decommissioning, and a lot of people are worried about safety, cost and where the nuclear material will finally end up.
The Plymouth plant has been a controversial fixture Massachusetts for more than five decades. But on May 31, the plant will produce its last watt and shut down for good....
From spent fuel storage to the future of our energy mix, here are the answers to your questions about the closing of Plymouth's nuclear plant.
The Plymouth nuclear plant releases small amounts of radiation as part of its normal operation. As it prepares to shut down, some worry about what will be left behind.
The nuclear plant is shutting down for good. And Plymouth -- known as "America's Hometown" -- will have to adjust to life post-Pilgrim.
Vermont Yankee closed five years ago, and its host community of Vernon has had a rough adjustment to its new social and economic reality. There may be lessons for Plymouth...
The nuclear plant in Plymouth is closing in May. Here's what we know about how its cooling water system has affected marine life in Cape Cod Bay.