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.
'Social Influencers' Turning Instagram Posts Into Insta-CashPosting photos on social media is second nature for many mothers. They snap photos of trips to the zoo, first days of school, even fun projects at home.
It's Not Science Fiction: You Can Make A Clone Of Your DogYes, this is possible and it's not cheap.
Non-Profit School Lets Students Earn College Credit, Gain Job SkillsA Boston non-profit school lets high school kids begin college courses while they're still seniors and they get a leg up on the competition.
Christmas Trees Sprayed With Chemicals Could Be Dangerous To PetsPet goats in Bolton came down with a mysterious illness after eating Christmas trees.
Church Group Makes Dresses For African RefugeesThey're sewing to help others. A group of women from a Framingham church are making dresses that will make a difference for African refugees.
Weston Mother Warns Of Shower DangerThere have been hundreds of instances where glass shower doors have shattered, causing injuries.
9-Year-Old Makes Big Impact On Assumption Soccer TeamAfter a lengthy recruiting pitch, the Assumption College soccer team has its next star. He’s a 9-year-old from Clinton and he’s already made a huge impact on his team.
To Stay On 'Nice' List, Fitchburg Business Cleans Santa's Suit For FreeFor more than half a century Crystal Cleaners has been making sure Santa's suit is festive and fresh, all season long. And they do it for free.