John Legend Honored By Salem State With Advocate For Social Justice AwardJohn Legend came to Salem State University Tuesday receive a social justice award.
50 Years Later, Kathrine Switzer Still Making An Impact On The Boston MarathonIt was just 50 years ago that women still weren't allowed to run marathons. Kathrine Switzer thought that was silly.
Martin's Park Will Be Richard Family's Gift Back To BostonThe park will be special for its location and for its namesake: The youngest victim of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Boston Marathon Runners Raising Money To Provide School, Shelter For Orphans In Kenya The connection between the Boston Marathon and Kenya just got stronger, and kids are soaring because of it.
Marathon Bombing Survivor's New Book A True Story Of FriendshipRoseann Sdoia and three people who now make up her "inner circle" didn’t even know each other before the Boston Marathon bombing. But the bond they share now is as close as any they have ever known.
Desi Linden Returns To Boston Marathon With Quiet ConfidenceAfter a year away for the Rio Olympics, American Desi Linden is ready to return to the finish line on Boylston Street.
Pope Francis Considers Letting Married Men Become PriestsPope Francis is opening the door for married men to become priests.
Boston Businesses Open Doors To Artists For RehearsalBoston is working with businesses to provide artists with a much needed place to rehearse.
Wedding Ring Found Night Before 30th Anniversary In NH Parking LotThe search is on for the owner of a wedding band found in a Plaistow, NH parking lot.
Reporter's Notebook: Transfer Of Power Peaceful Following Divisive ElectionWBZ-TV's Lisa Hughes looks back on a historic day in Washington, D.C. as she covered the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
Reporter's Notebook: What It's Like In Washington For The InaugurationWBZ-TV's Lisa Hughes shares her experiences covering the inauguration in Washington, DC.
Mass. Residents Travel To DC For Inauguration, ProtestsLocals across the political divide are traveling to Washington D.C. to be part of history.