The aquarium offers internships and volunteer opportunities for high school students all year long.
The company that produces the overdose reversal drug naloxone has agreed to pay Massachusetts $325,000 to help offset the drug’s cost.
A new park in Wilbraham dons a sparkly pink sign, remnant of the shining personality of a young woman gone too soon.
Bringing the excitement of theater to city kids who may not otherwise be able to have the experience. That’s the goal of The Performing Project in Lawrence.
Sara Bareilles spoke to WBZ-TV’s Liam Martin and Paula Ebben about her first musical, called “Waitress,” at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge.
Wearing a “Free Brady” t-shirt, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker and several other politicians accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Monday on the steps of the State House.
Instead of reading, students at Waltham High School are listening to a popular podcast.
Pete Frates and his family say last year’s explosion of goodwill was only the first wave.
Today marks a new beginning for Boston Public Schools. It’s the first day for the new superintendent.
Jack Williams’ colleagues reflect on his outstanding career as the WBZ anchor signs off for the final time.