Addie Swartz’s reacHIRE company trains women who’ve been out of the workforce for years.
Ihor Lakatosh is achieving new independence with help from the medical staff at Shriners Hospital for Children.
Smartphones have made amateur photographers out of just about everyone and now there’s an easy way to officially make you a pro.
Members of the New England Patriots traded in their helmets for aprons on Wednesday night, serving food to guests at Danny Amendola’s first Boston Celebrity Waiter Night.
It started as a way to help a family devastated by the Boston Marathon bombings, but this year that same family is playing a major role in the Bolton 5K Rally as a way to give back and say thank you.
Schools may want to expose kids to technology but some simply don’t have it in the budget.
Political reporter Jon Keller, anchor Jonathan Elias and the Phantom Gourmet were among WBZ’s winners.
Customer reviews carry a lot of weight, so some businesses are using a controversial new tactic to avoid getting any negative feedback online.
One local teacher knows opening up experiences in science to his students can make all the difference in their education.
Nathan Han, 15, a freshman at the Boston Latin School, won an award at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for his work tracking cancer cell mutations.