One Last Thing: Marlborough Students Raise Money For Hurricane Sandy VictimsA group of high school students worked to make a difference in the lives of people they've never even met.
Hopkinton Kids And Their Donkey Raise Money For Make A Wish FoundationThree kids and a donkey sounds like a bad country song but in this case, it's something wonderful.
One Last Thing: Dedham Student Saves Life Of Co-Worker Using CPRRobert James is a high school student who has won a very special award.
One Last Thing: Chelmsford Girl Finds Joy In Giving, Not ReceivingCan you imagine a child not wanting birthday or Christmas gifts?
One Last Thing: Lexington School Wins National Prize For Synthetic FieldThe national contest conducted by the Synthetic Turf Council searched for schools with a compelling story behind its turf field.
One Last Thing: Fitchburg Flight School Bringing Supplies To Sandy VictimsCharley Valera owns FCA Flight Center in town and he used that connection to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy.
One Last Thing: Bras For The Cause Auction For Dana-FarberA "jelly brafish, a "venus bratrap" and even a "popbra" are some of the unique creations on display now at Copley and it's all for a good cause.
Trick-Or-Treat? Salem Lobsterman Finds Rare Orange And Black Lobster No, this is not the Aquarium playing a Halloween trick! A lobster with an orange side and a black side, perfectly split down the middle, has just arrived in its appropriate Halloween colors.
One Last Thing: Rubbish To Runway Show Makes Recycling FashionableAn event Saturday will remind you how much you throw away on a daily basis.
Marblehead Teen Stands Up To Bullies By Wearing PigtailsEveryone dislikes bullies and one North Shore teen decided to do something about it.
Nashua 14-Year-Old Named America's Top Young Scientist 14-year-old Deepika Kurup is this year's winner of Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge.
One Last Thing: Art Work Of Wounded Veterans On Display In BostonOn Friday, we all have the chance to see some wonderful artwork, and the men and women behind these pieces are wounded veterans.