Man Walks 100 Miles In Wind And Rain To Help Families With AutismWhen Rick Dauphinais heard about the financial struggles his friends were facing trying to provide the best care for their daughter, he offered to help. By walking. A lot.
Sisters Who Gave Birth Hours Apart Credit 'Special Twin Powers'There were special deliveries for identical twin sisters at Mount Auburn Hospital.
Police: Man Hid Cameras In Air Fresheners To Spy On Friends, FamilyYork, Maine Police say a man used cameras hidden inside air fresheners to spy on friends and family with whom he was sharing a vacation home.
I-Team's Call 4 Action Helps Couple With Failed Remodeling JobAfter more than 30 years living in the same home, a Southboro couple decided to take on a big kitchen remodel.
Woman Stranded In Backyard Pool Finds Help On FacebookA backyard pool mishap stranded an Epping, NH woman in four feet of water, but also revealed the positive power of social media.
Books Stolen From 'Little Free Library' In Jamaica PlainThe people who set up a "Little Free Library" in front of their homes in Jamaica Plain say someone is ripping it off, perhaps for profit.
Swampscott Girl Inspires Playground RenovationA Swampscott playground is getting a much-needed makeover and it's all thanks to a little girl with cerebral palsy.
Call 4 Action Helps Cape Cod Man Get Refrigerator FixedIt's bad enough when your fridge conks out in 80-degree weather, what is worse is waiting weeks for a repair even though you paid for an extended warranty.
Wakefield Board Of Selectmen Debate Name ChangeIs the term “selectman” outdated when women are on the board? That is the issue before Wakefield’s Board of Selectmen, and it may go to the voters before it is settled.
Call 4 Action Helps Grandmother Get Refund From AmazonCall 4 Action helped a woman get a refund from Amazon when she received the wrong camera.
Eye On Education: Siblings Project Modeled After Facebook Founder's ProgramTwo Boston schools, one charter and one traditional, have teamed up with the health centers nearby to make sure younger siblings are school-ready before they even walk through the door in September, and there's an interesting connection to Facebook.
Call For Action: Getting Rid Of A Bad ContractorA woman paid $20,000 for a contractor to finish the third floor of Dedham two-family. After a sub-contractor roughed out the space, the general contractor never showed up.