May 31, 2014 The Mayor of Somerville Joseph Curtatone has said no to the secure communities program, becoming the first Mayor to put limits on the federal program which became mandatory in 2013. Mayor Curtatone […]
May 24, 2014 In 1970, a small organization called Bridge Over Troubled Waters was started in the city of Boston. Their mission was to offer free and confidential services to homeless young people on our […]
May 17, 2014 Did you know more than 42 million American women are living with some form of heart disease? One in every three women dies of heart disease, yet only about half of women […]
May 10, 2014 The Spanish language magazine People en Español has recently released one of their most popular editions! The “50 Most Beautiful People of 2014” “Los 50 Mas Bellos del 2014” is already at […]
Here’s a list of the best New England beers that come in a can.
May 3, 2014 In an effort to provide inner-city children in underserved communities with opportunities to expand their knowledge and understanding of music, a program called “El Sistema Side by Side” has been created at […]
April 26, 2014 To some mothers, this coming Mother’s Day will not be about them, it will be about something they consider to be a much greater cause! On Wednesday May 7th, mothers from around […]
A special segment called “Latinos Making History” in which we highlight the many contributions Latinos are making in their community. On this edition, we tell you about a Latina who made history in the city of Lowell, Massachusetts. Marisol Nobrega recently became the first Latino female Sergeant in the history of the Lowell Police Department.
April 12, 2014 According to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the number of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) continues to increase at an alarming rate. Back in […]
The Patriots cornerback was released from an adult detention center in Lancaster County, Nebraska after serving 35 out of a possible 60 days for violating his probation.