WBZ-TV anchors Lisa Hughes and Jonathan Elias, who were at the Boston Marathon Finish Line when the bombs exploded, accepted the award at Columbia University in New York City.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is reflecting on his 20 years at the helm and looking forward to Sunday’s AFC Championship.
A cancer survivor, Neil Goldberg has conquered the Pan Mass Challenge since 1999. He says raising thousands of dollars for cancer care and research helps his recovery.
Mayor Tom Menino talks about his decision to leave office and his plans for the future.
CBS Boston will join the Pan-Massachusetts Challenge, the largest single-day athletic fundraiser in the country, as its official media partner, starting in 2014.
The influx of owls in the area is being described as a “substantial incursion” which means more of them are coming south this year than in most years.
Lou Pasquale has spent his entire adult life making good on a promise. He insists he’s the one who benefited most from helping others.
Heather Abbott lost her leg after she was badly injured in the second explosion at the Boston Marathon.
It was a tragedy that brought together a woman from the Cape and another from the Caribbean. One of them lost her son, the other was given the gift of life.
Organizers say they want people to feel uplifted when they walk into the 9/11 Memorial Museum.