It’s a report card of sorts for Boston Public School teachers, just released by the administration.
Any day a baby is born is special, but for a baby born Tuesday, on 11/12/13, maybe just a little more so.
The goal of Bug’s Bikes is to raise enough money to provide 5 more children with adaptive bikes made for children with special needs.
They call them “Citizen Teachers,” volunteers working together, to help middle schoolers, using hands-on learning. It’s part of an extended day program, and even though it means longer school hours, the kids seem happy to be there.
Nearly 10,000 rowers will compete in this weekend’s Head Of The Charles Regatta from all over the world.
It’s a unique partnership between volunteers, non-profit groups and a for-profit drug company working together to help women fighting breast cancer, where a meal can make a difference.
The Boston Children’s Museum is celebrating its 100th birthday and in honor of that milestone, they’re getting a huge cake.
Using the airwaves to read, for those who can’t, it’s a team effort of 170 volunteers helping more than a thousand people in central Massachusetts stay connected.
What you hear on the audio is a team stationed near the finish line responding quickly and efficiently to a tragedy.
Fifty years after Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream” speech, what of Boston?