Eye On Education: Teachers Offer Tips To Promote Learning, Avoid 'Summer Slide'While kids enjoy freedom, teachers hope parents can help students hold on to what they've learned during the school year by taking some simple steps.
Chelsea Charter School Helps Students Of All Backgrounds Earn DiplomasA Chelsea school is giving people with a variety of challenges the opportunity to graduate from high school.
Cohasset French Bakery's Unique Uniform Display Honors American SoldiersHonoring American soldiers is a Memorial Day tradition in a place that may seem unusual, a French bakery in Cohasset.
White House Correspondent Shares Journey Of Raising Son With AutismAward-winning White House correspondent Ron Fournier joined WBZ-TV’s Liam Martin and Paula Ebben to discuss the 2016 presidential election.
Eye On Education: Addicts Find Hope At Northshore Recovery SchoolNorthshore Recovery High School has helped more than 170 students receive their diploma.
Rain Reveals Hidden Poetry On Boston SidewalksIt's public art that you can only see when it rains, and when the skies open up, expect a poetic surprise.
Boston Medical Center Is First In Mass. To Offer Sex Reassignment SurgeryThe hospital announced the launch of its new Center For Transgender Medicine and Surgery on Wednesday.
Eye On Education: Students Get Job Training At Cape Cod CafeCafe Riverview is a favorite spot on Route 6A in Sandwich, but it's also a working classroom for students at nearby Riverview School.
Eye On Education: Students Learn Lessons At Google Via Citizen Schools ProgramGoogle is one of several companies that has teamed up with Boston-based non-profit group Citizen Schools to teach youngsters math, science and computer programming.
Fluctuating Temperatures Likely Mean No Mass. Peach Crop In 2016Temperature fluctuations caused flower buds to die, meaning there will be no peaches north of Rhode Island this year.
Revolutionary Off-Road Wheelchair Opens Up New World Of ExplorationA wheelchair designed at MIT is being heralded as the "mountain bike of wheelchairs."
Family Of Marathon Bombing Survivor Gives Back To Brigham & Women'sGillian Reny’s legs were critically injured when the first bomb went off at the Boston Marathon in 2013.

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