Louis Matnog of Malden, a Red Cross international disaster worker, is flying to the Philippines for a month-long relief effort after Typhoon Haiyan devastated the country.
The nearly 47-million Americans who rely on food stamps are now dealing with cuts. The 2009 stimulus program that boosted benefits is now over.
It looks like the 2014 ALCS between the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers could turn into a blood bath, or at least that could be the case with fans.
If you were told to evacuate within the hour would you be able to gather up the kids, the important papers of your life, the baby pictures, the cat, sensible shoes and leave in an hour?
The Hurricane Center is forecasting an extremely active season this year.
The American Red Cross has put out an emergency request for platelet and blood donors of all blood types to deal with a shortfall in Southern and Northern New England.
A three-alarm fire Saturday afternoon has damaged at least two buildings in Lowell, according to the Red Cross.
It’s the start of school vacation week for most students in Massachusetts and some are using the time to hone their problem-solving skills.
With hundreds of thousands of homes and business still without power, the Red Cross opened shelters across Massachusetts for blizzard victims Saturday.
A group of high school students worked to make a difference in the lives of people they’ve never even met.