Pearl Harbor Survivor Honors Victims On 76th AnniversaryFreeman Johnson of Waltham was 21 years old in 1941. He survived the attack, and served in the Pacific for the rest of the war.
Love Of Dance Helps Girl With Rare Syndrome Go Home For The HolidaysAfter nearly four months of intense therapy at Franciscan Children's Hospital in Brighton, a girl with an extremely rare syndrome is going home for the holidays.
Bob's Turkey Farm Ready For Another ThanksgivingAfter a devastating fire almost put them out of business last year, Bob's Turkey Farm in Lancaster is having a great Thanksgiving season.
Norwell Craft Store Going Out Of Business After 70 YearsThe Garden Craft Center in Norwell is closing for good after 70 years of serving customers.
'Nothing Short Of Miraculous': Veteran Reunites With Doctors Who Saved His LifeAn injured veteran was reunited with the doctors who saved him nine years ago.
Commission: Massachusetts Should Change Time Zones, But Not On Its OwnMassachusetts has taken a key step toward shifting time zones, but don’t expect a change anytime soon.
House Dating Back To Salem Witch Trials To Be Fully RestoredSarah Clayes was convicted of witchcraft in 1692. Now her house in Framingham is under renovation.
Pediatricians' Counseling Hopes To End Teen Opioid Addiction Before It StartsTo prevent and treat drug-use in kids there is now a first-of-its-kind program tackling the issue right at the pediatrician's office.
MIT Student On Mission To Keep Syrian Refugees WarmA local college student is trying to help Syrian refugees with a low cost sleeping bag he wants to distribute across the Middle East.
Cyclists Ride Cross-Country To Raise Money For ALS ResearchThe adventure, the challenge and raising money to fight ALS kept the three cyclists moving.
Bob Schieffer On Navigating News 'Overload'There have never been more places to get news, so how do you navigate it? That’s what veteran CBS journalist Bob Schieffer takes on in his new book.
NH Girl Collects Books For Texas Schools After Hurricane HarveyWhen Hurricane Harvey tore through Houston, it didn't spare schools or libraries. So a 6-year-old from Salem, New Hampshire decided to help, with books.

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