Mock Crash Reminds Burlington Students Of Drunk Driving DangersThree days before prom, safety officials put on a presentation at Burlington High School Tuesday to make sure kids understand the risks of drinking and driving--and all of it played out in real time.
Boston Finds 'Success' By Participating In Waze's Connected Citizens ProgramNavigation apps on cell phones are used by millions of drivers and even Boston has formed a partnership with Waze to help locate traffic trouble spots.
Jimmy Garoppolo Helps Lead Football Clinic For Students With DisabilitiesJimmy Garoppolo was joined by offensive lineman Bryan Stork at a clinic hosted by Access Sport America.
Brockton High School Senior Accepted To 7 Of 8 Ivy League SchoolsA Brockton High School senior has a big decision to make by Sunday.
DCF Cites Progress On Child Welfare; Caseload Still High In MassachusettsGov. Charlie Baker's administration is citing progress in overhauling the state's troubled child welfare agency as officials say the caseload for overburdened social workers remains too high.
Mayor Walsh, Area Businesses Sign Pledge To Close Gender Wage Gap100% Talent: The Boston Women’s Compact is a voluntary pledge and first-in-the-nation effort to tackle the gender wage gap in the workplace.
Security Experts Discuss Keeping A Safe And Secure Workplace At WBZ Business BreakfastSecurity experts discussed the different approaches that can be taken to maintain a safe and secure workplace at the WBZ Business Breakfast on Thursday at The Westin Copley Place in Boston.
Funeral Held In Hudson For Trooper Thomas ClardyMassachusetts State Police Trooper Thomas Clardy, who was killed in a Mass Pike crash, was laid to rest on Tuesday.
Catholic Memorial Bans Students From Monday's Semifinal Basketball Game After Anti-Semitic ChantCatholic Memorial students were not allowed to attend Monday night's MIAA semifinal basketball game against Cambridge Rindge and Latin at TD Garden after they chanted “You killed Jesus” in response to taunts from Newton North fans before a playoff game Friday night.
Read Across America Day Celebrates Dr. Seuss' ImpactIn Massachusetts, where Dr. Seuss was born 112 years ago in Springfield, a number of big names urged students to pick up a book instead of a video game.
Milton Facility Offers Outdoor Activities For Students On February BreakNew England Base Camp in Milton is a popular location for children to enjoy the best of the outdoors and inside activities.
Patriots Fans On Cloud Nine After New England Beats Chiefs In PlayoffsIt was one big celebration inside and outside of Gillette Stadium Saturday night after the New England Patriots beat the Kansas City Chiefs 27-20 in the AFC divisional playoff round.