Eye On Education: Dog Makes Big Difference In Special Needs ClassroomHe could be the most loved, tail wagging student in all of Plymouth. His name is Beamer, a 2-year-old yellow lab assistance dog.
Eye On Education: Cardinal Sean On State Of Boston Catholic SchoolsCatholic school students got a rare opportunity to ask Cardinal Sean O'Malley big questions about a changing world, one the archdiocese is adapting to.
State Police Arrest 6 At Peaceful Protest Inside Logan AirportMassachusetts State Police arrested several people during a peaceful protest inside Logan Airport in Boston on Monday.
Eye On Education: Newton Considers Later High School Start TimeTo help busy students get more sleep Newton is now looking into the possibility of a later high school start time.
Weymouth Girl Donates Her Birthday Gifts To Toys For TotsA 9-year-old Weymouth girl did something most children probably wouldn't dream of doing after celebrating a birthday: she donated all of her presents to charity.
N.H. Man Admits Killing Parents, Sentenced To 60 Years To LifeThe man who killed his parents and burned down their house before fleeing to Florida pleaded guilty Thursday.
Eye On Education: MIT Grads Provide Free Online SAT PrepTest prep with private tutors or classes can be expensive. So MIT grads started an online course and their materials are free.
Adults With Disabilities Help With Thanksgiving Rush At Cape Cod BakeryThe Cape Cod business is whipping up delicious desserts, with some bakers who add an extra layer of sweetness
Eye On Education: Music Is At Center Of Foxboro Middle SchoolAt the Ahern Middle School in Foxboro, the commitment to the music program is impressive.
Jack Dunn Says He Was Unfairly Portrayed As Villain In 'Spotlight'Jack Dunn, the spokesman for Boston College, wants the public to know this story about uncovering the truth, contains a scene that is a complete lie.
Sisters Profiled On Wednesday's Child Join 'Forever Family' On National Adoption DayFriday was an extremely happy day for 129 children in Massachusetts, because they now have "forever families."
Eye On Education: PARCC vs. MCASState education officials are about to decide on a key graduation requirement for students across the state.