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In part four of her series ‘Music Education: Hitting the High Notes,’ WBZ’s Mary Blake talks about the important of music for the growth of children.
A 20-mile backup on Route 128 on Thursday gave us a possible preview of the traffic to come this winter.
BOSTON (CBS) – Brian Herr is a Republican running for the U.S. Senate against incumbent Democrat Ed Markey. Despite Senator Markey’s incumbent advantage, a recent poll shows Markey’s support at less than fifty percent, with […]
If you have retired early and to save money you got the least expensive HMO you could find it might not cover routine procedures if you are out of state.
In part five of her week long series “Music Education: Hitting the High Notes,” WBZ’s Mary Blake has the story of an influential teacher in Boston.
It’s natural for voters to expect minimal competence, and natural for them to take retribution when they don’t get it.
Ballot Question 2 raises the question of whether expanding the state’s beverage container law would result in less litter and more people recycling.
There was a ribbon cutting ceremony in Cambridge at the Forsyth Institute’s new research center.
If you think you might like the RV life style do some homework before you make a down payment on an RV.
Follow the photos as Carl Stevens attempts to play all 75 pianos on public display in Boston as part of the Play Me I’m Yours art installation. Did we mention he’s doing this in a single day?
WBZ-TV reports from Rome and the Vatican.
Rescue teams were called in to save a deer Friday morning that had gotten stuck on ice.
At least 26 people were killed following a shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut on Friday, according to multiple reports.
Eighty kids spent the better part of Saturday exploring a Winter Wonderland inside a giant airplane hangar in Boston.