In Boston, no one has to choose between having a good time and giving to a cause that could use some help. Charity events let Bostonians do both.
Investigators are contacting police at local colleges and universities after the body of a man in his 20s was pulled from the Charles River.
The annual Head of the Charles Regatta kicks off this weekend and will draw thousands of competitors from all over the world. Among the rowers will be local kids from a special city rowing program.
Community Boating’s Universal Access program is busier than ever. More than 350 people with a wide range of disabilities will became sailors this summer alone.
Your tween only wants to take part in activities that are “cool.”
The Junior program at the Boston Community Boating boathouse used to cost $1. Now it’s going to cost between $100 and $200.