Gold Star Family Helps Holland Marine Get Home For Christmas To See Sick MotherThe smiles were never-ending after Marine Lt. Josh Peloquin arrived home early Saturday morning.
Somerville To Pay Marine Corps Reservist $15K Over Employment RightsThe city of Somerville has agreed to pay more than $15,000 in back pay for allegations it violated a Marine Corps reservist's employment rights.
Search Off Hawaii Finds Life Rafts, But No Sign Of Hingham MarineAs the search entered its fourth day, authorities said they have found life rafts but no sign of the 12 Marines--including a Massachusetts native--missing after two helicopters crashed off Hawaii.
Search Continues For Missing Hingham Marine After Hawaiian Helicopter CrashThe search continued Sunday for 12 Marines, including one from Hingham, who went missing after two helicopters crashed off Hawaii.
Mashpee Teen Seeks Owner Of Marine Corps RingA Mashpee teenager is looking to find the owner of a lost Marine Corps ring.
Local Heroes Thanked In Unexpected Way At Agawam Restaurant An anonymous diner at an Agawam restaurant paid it forward in a big way this holiday season.
Mayor Menino Kicks Off Toys For Tots Program In Boston It’s not too early to start thinking about Christmas, especially when it comes to helping out families in need.
Daily Talker: Marines Considering Unisex Service CapThe Marine Corps Uniform Board will make a decision today on three uniform-related issues - including a unisex service cap. The web is buzzing about the proposal. Do you like the look?
Local Marine Helped Lift Ban On Women In CombatMarine Captain Colleen Farrell says lifting the ban on women in combat will only make the world's greatest military stronger.
Bridgewater Bridge Dedicated To US Marine Killed In AfghanistanA Bridgewater bridge was dedicated to the memory of a U.S. Marine killed in Afghanistan.
Silver Star For Groton Marine Killed In AfghanistanThe military is awarding its third-highest combat decoration to a U.S. Marine from Massachusetts who was killed after saving colleagues in battle in Afghanistan.
Families Welcome Home 500 MarinesEarly morning cheers rang out for 500 New England Marines returning home after spending months in Afghanistan.