Hope Lodge is known as a “home away from home” for cancer patients.
Actors from Improv Asylum don’t just put on a show when they’re on stage. They also use their skills to help companies improve their employees’ performance.
Most flowers are thrown away after funerals. But David Robichaud looks at one organization giving them a new purpose.
Brittany Diamond and Gina Melnik are among a growing number of women getting involved in Strongman competitions.
Some inmates at the Middlesex House of Correction in Billerica participate in a culinary program aimed at preparing them for work upon their release.
WBZ’s Danielle Niles and David Robichaud demonstrate why you can’t wear green while doing a weather forecast.
A mentalist is a “magician of the mind,” Christopher Grace told WBZ-TV.
A boxing gym in Haverhill has become an oasis for at-risk kids, helping keep them out of trouble.
Shultz’s Guest House is a dog shelter set on 200 acres of private land in Dedham, bringing dogs from high kill shelters to a safe home.
Tony Lepore, known as “The Dancing Cop” in Providence, now makes visits to schools and teaches students to chase their dreams and respect law enforcement.