Lexington Comic Book Store Is Focused On People, Not ProfitsOmar's World of Comics and Hobbies in Lexington Center is run by a young man with Down syndrome.
'Black Panther' Boosts Sales At Dorchester Clothing Store"Black Panther" is shattering records and has ignited a movement.
Bill Would Allow Doctors To Involuntarily Commit Patients To Treatment CenterAs the opioid crisis continues to grip the nation, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker has introduced a controversial proposal.
Lawmaker Wants Mass To Become 'Marijuana Sanctuary State'The bill would bar any local or state law enforcement resources from aiding federal prosecutions of marijuana crimes.
Boston Auto Body Shop Plans 'Funeral' For EaglesIt's a Super Bowl tradition at Danilchuk's Auto Body shop in East Boston. And this time, the Eagles are the target.
Eye On Education: Virtual Coaching, Lesson Plans For New TeachersTwo former Massachusetts educators want teachers to have the same opportunity to share ideas and get tips from the pros, experienced teachers, so they started a company to do just that.
Joe Perry On New Album, Another Patriots Super BowlJoe Perry is on everyone's list as one of the top guitar slingers in rock and roll, and he's also a big Patriots fan, excited for a shot at another Lombardi Trophy. 
'How Democracies Die' Authors Examine Threats To Political SystemIs America’s democracy in danger? That’s the central question posed by Harvard professors Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt in their new book, “How Democracies Die.”
The Show Must Go On: Audience Lights Stage With Phones During BlackoutThe audience just grabbed their phones and turned on their flashlights. The middle school students in Hamilton were total pros and did not miss a line.
'I Just Went Into Dad Mode': Danvers Man Saves Choking BoyA man driving to work pulled over and saved a 12-year-old boy choking on the side of the road.
Boston Elementary School Marching Band Builds CommunityThe kids are younger than usual marching band members, but they have the faith of their teacher and they have the success to show for it.
AT&T Cashes Customer's Check Then Shuts Down Phone For Non-PaymentThe owner of a Brighton engineering firm never missed a cell phone payment, so he understandably confused when his wireless carrier suddenly shut off his phone.

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