Drew Moholland

Chelmsford Hockey Team's Playoff Run Inspired By Coach Battling CancerChelmsford has reached the North Division 1 semifinal despite being without head coach Mike McGrath, who was diagnosed with throat cancer early in the season.
WBZ Water Cooler: Odd Causes Of TrafficThis past Thursday that "Cranberry Sludge" created big time traffic problems for many drivers. It got us thinking about some of the more "odd" causes of traffic.
WBZ WaterCooler: Timing Your Trip To Avoid TrafficAt The WBZ Water Cooler: A lot of you are getting ready to head up north, or maybe to the Cape, and you are bound to hit some traffic along the way. AAA'S Mary Maguire tells us, it's good to "time your trip" to try and avoid the busy congestion.
WBZ WaterCooler: US Open Poised For A Great FinishThe U.S. Open is poised for another great finish at Pinehurst #2. There has already been some spectacular golf over the last few days and we caught up with a pro who knows he'll be watching
WBZ Water Cooler: Bad Boston Common Karaoke At The WBZ Water Cooler: This time of year with the weather getting warmer you never know what you are going to see on Boston Common.
WBZ Water Cooler: Gone Fishin' At The WBZ Water Cooler: The Summer weather has arrived and many of you are taking the weekend's to head up north and maybe do a little fishing.
WBZ WaterCooler: Graduation Day At the WBZ Water Cooler: It's a big weekend for college graduations.
Moving On: Eyeing The Boston Marathon Finish Line AgainAshley McGilloway is ready to take on the Boston Marathon course for the second year in a row.
Returning As A Spectator: Mike ChaseMike Chase was about 20 feet away from the second explosion last year.
From Boylston To Hopkinton: Dan Marshall Dan Marshall was at Atlantic Fish Co. last year, just feet from the second explosion.
Rene Rancourt On The Night That Brought Boston Together The first major sporting event in Boston after the twin blasts was two days after the Marathon.
WBZ Water Cooler: Fighting The War On Potholes At The WBZ Water Cooler: Hopefully pot holes have not banged up your car over the last few months, but some people are benefiting business wise.