Hundreds of thousands of people flocked to the area of the Boston Esplanade Saturday during the city’s iconic Independence Day celebration.
Veteran WBZ-TV anchor Lisa Hughes delivered the oration Saturday morning to help kick off Boston’s 4th of July festivities at the Independence Day Celebration inside Faneuil Hall.
When he takes the stage on Saturday, Maestro Keith Lockhart will celebrate America’s birthday and his own anniversary, and he’s ready for both.
It’s a spectacular finale to Boston’s July 4th celebration, the fireworks extravaganza that blasts off from the Charles River. But accomplishing the breathtaking display takes significant planning, hard work and technology.
The latest innovation in golf technology gives new meaning to the term “driving range.”
Hughes is a “speaker who embodies America’s spirit of freedom,” Boston’s Mayor Marty Walsh said Monday.
WBZ-TV has announced the lineup for the 42nd annual Boston Pops Fireworks spectacular on July 4th.
When Annie’s Clark Brunch faced a crisis, her customers from around the world answered the call.
Fifteen Boston graduates are celebrating a new beginning, free of drugs and violence and defined by accomplishment and work.
From the first time she took the anchor desk in the year 2000, it has been 15 years of commitment to our viewers and our community for Lisa Hughes.