While most of the world focused on the winners of the Boston Marathon, not everyone was racing to win. They simply wanted to finish.
After our long, tough winter, robins are a reassuring sign of spring. But they’re also raising a question.
If it seems like a certain highway project has been going on for years, well that’s because it has.
Now that most of the snow has melted, we’re seeing green grass and lots of trash, especially along our highways.
Shelley in Gardner is curious about the ‘Move Over Law’ and Elaine in Arlington is curious about wearing headphones while driving.
Oil and gas prices have been climbing hitting us all in the pocketbook. By why is that happening? Is it as simple as the law of supply and demand, or is something more happening.
Rick from Burlington told us some great news about that when he Declared his Curiosity writing: “My Dad is coming up on celebrating the 17th year of his heart transplant.” Rick’s father is no longer the exception.
WBZ-TV Viewer Bill in Harwich declared his curiosity. He asked, “Why are long-time fans just shrugging at the team’s mention?”
When former House Speaker Sal DiMasi goes on trial for corruption the taxpayers will be paying the bill. This despite that DiMasi earned a six-figure salary on Beacon Hill and gets a $5,000 a month pension.
John in West Roxbury is curious if the new texting law is working. David Wade sets out to find out.