Boston's Best Family-Friendly Easter EventsBoston has a lot of activities that will help the family celebrate Easter together in a way that is entertaining for all ages.
Eye On Education: Local Mom Invents Learning Tool For Blind ChildrenA local mother noticed that her daughter who is blind was drawn to basic lights and she invented a learning tool that has had global impact.
Young Celtics Fan From New Zealand Ready For Trip To BostonLouis Corbett is a 12-year-old Celtics fan in New Zealand, suffering from a rare eye disease that will eventually cost him his sight. So the Celtics are making sure he gets to see his favorite team in action.
NightSide - Bob Branco, Author Of "My Home Away From Home" Joins Steven Rothstein And Dan ReaThe Perkins School
Soundbytes Of The Week: 5/3Top audio clips from each week, as selected by WBZ News Editor Dave Mager.
RMV: Van Driver Accused Of Kidnapping Blind Student Did Not Have Valid LicenseWBZ has learned that this is not the first time Ride Rite has been caught with a driver who shouldn't have been on the road.
Perkins School For The Blind Unveils New Name, Braille MachineThe school announced Monday they will now go by the name "Perkins" as an example of a streamlined approach toward reaching 600,000 people in 67 countries.
One Last Thing: Taste Of Perkins On Thursday night, the Perkins School For The Blind is hosting the annual “Taste of Perkins” at the famous Watertown school.
Visually Impaired Students Get Lesson In Self-DefenseShortly after introducing himself to member of the class here, many of whom are visually impaired Stephen Nicholls explained his interest in self defense.
'Vision Of Beauty' Gives Prom Dresses To Girls At Perkins School For The Blind"Vision of Beauty" is a non-profit that raises money so every girl going to prom at the Perkins School for the Blind can have a dress.
A Delightful Sound: Perkins Holds Annual Egg HuntPerkins School for the Blind held its second annual Easter egg hunt.
Stanley Cup Visits Perkins School for the Blind, Children's HospitalStudents and teachers at the Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown got to experience the Stanley Cup first-hand Thursday afternoon.