Bentley's Barbara Stevens Gets 1,000th Coaching WinBarbara Stevens of Division II Bentley became the fifth women's basketball coach to reach 1,000 victories when her Falcons defeated Adelphi 78-66 in a Northeast-10 game Wednesday night.
Life-Saving Advice: Student Recognizes Professor's Health SymptomsAs Dr. Iris Jaffe sat in a lecture, she debated whether or not to tell her professor that she noticed some concerning symptoms in her professor's health.
I-Team: Thousands Lose Money Falling For Sophisticated Tax ScamThe federal government logged more than 90,000 complaints last year for scams that cost taxpayers about $14 million.
Full House for WBZ Business Breakfast on “The Makings of a Successful Female Leader”More than 550 people attended the WBZ Business Breakfast at the Sheraton Boston where five top business leaders talked about the risks, failures and successes of their careers.
Social Security Keystroke Mistake Declares Thousands Dead Each YearIt’s estimated the Social Security Administration mistakenly declares about 14,000 people dead each year.
Bentley Women's Basketball Coach Barbara Stevens Wins 900th GameWith the first 900 out of the way, Bentley University's women's basketball coach Barbara Stevens would rather not look ahead on the next big milestone that may be in her future.
Bentley University Basketball Player Collapses, Dies Joey Glynn of Abington collapsed and died while playing in a summer league in Watertown Monday night.
WPI, Bentley Make New List Of Schools With Worst ProfessorsTwo local schools that made a new list of colleges with the worst professors seem to be taking the list in stride.
The Psychology Of $4 Gas, Enough To Change Your Travel Plans?Last week, when the average price per gallon of regular hit $4.00, analysts predicted Memorial Day travel would take a hit. The average price per gallon has dropped by a mere nickel. AAA now predicts holiday travel will be back up over last year's numbers.
Who's Speaking At Boston Area College GraduationsMany distinguished people from all walks of life are expected to speak at local college graduations this month.
Bentley Students Bring Anti-Bullying Campaign To Boston SchoolsA group of Bentley College students have been traveling to different schools in and around Boston, conducting anti-bullying pep rallies.
Big Night For Bentley BasketballTuesday is a very big night for Bentley basketball, as both the Men's and Women's team host a Regional Championship.