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WORK Inc. – Providing Opportunities for Talent with DisabilitiesWBZ’s Yadires Nova-Salcedo talks with WORK Inc. CEO and President James Cassetta and Talent Acquisition Specialist for FM&M Company Diana Sanz.
Red Sox Overcome Early Deficit, Beat Rays 7-5Mitch Moreland's two-run single in the seventh inning gave the Boston Red Sox the lead for good in a 7-5 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Easter Sunday at Fenway Park.
Ethiopia's Deba Inherits 2014 Boston Win, But Not The PrizeThe 29-year-old Ethiopian inherited the 2014 title this December when Kenya's Rita Jeptoo was stripped of her victory for testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs.
Hundreds Attend Annual Blessing Of The Runners At Old South ChurchAbout a thousand people packed the Old South Church Sunday morning for the annual Blessing of the Runners ahead of Marathon Monday.
Legal Expert: Acquittal Will Not Affect Hernandez's Appeal In Odin Lloyd CaseLegal Analyst Jennifer Roman spoke with WBZ-TV's Liam Martin about the verdict in the Aaron Hernandez case.
City Officials Confident In Marathon Security MeasuresOfficials have planned for thousands of police to line the route of the race and use drones from above.
Man Rescued From Large Hyde Park House FireFire crews say that one man has been transported from the scene of a large fire in Boston.
Centro: Boston Marathon Runners Support Arredondo Family FoundationThis year's Boston Marathon is right around the corner and because WBZ TV is your official marathon station, on this edition of Centro, we tell you about some of the runners that will be part of this year's race.
Fenway Park Opens Early For 'This Is Boston' Workout"This is Boston" is a weekend-long celebration of the city organized by Daybreaker and New Balance.
Ben Beach Eyeing Record 50th Straight Boston Marathon FinishBen Beach was a scrawny 18-year-old who had never run more than 5 miles before he started training for his first Boston Marathon in 1968.
Transit Board Approves $2B Budget, Calls For Savings On TThe board overseeing the Boston-area transit system has approved a nearly $2 billion budget that officials say will further reduce chronic operating deficits.
OSHA Cites Atlantic Drain For 18 Violations In Trench Collapse DeathsOSHA found that the company, Atlantic Drain Service Co. Inc., violated 18 regulations--including not guarding the trench and not providing safety training to employees.

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