Black NHL Legend O'Ree To Visit Milton Rink On SaturdaySaturday morning, Willie O'Ree will be at the Ulin ice rink in Milton from 8:30 to 11 a.m. to speak with kids about being black and playing hockey.
Boston Man Raising Money For Documentary On Honduran Drug BandTed Griswold of Brighton wants to co-direct a film about a band in Honduras that sings about drug trafficking and the ways in which it affects the people there.
Warren's First Senate Amendment Is For Fishing Industry Disaster ReliefU.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren has filed an amendment that would provide disaster relief funds for the Northeast fishing industry.
Veterans Inc. Hosts Annual Stand Down In ShrewsburyVeterans in need can go to the Veterans Inc. Independence Hall in Shrewsbury to get all kinds of help.
MIT Professor: 'Stopping Kony' Is Not That Easy WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Suzanne Sausville spoke with Ethan Zuckerman, the director of MIT’s Center for Civic Media about the Kony 2012 video.
Marshall Recounts Trip With RFK To South AfricaA new film about Robert F. Kennedy's visit to South Africa will air this week. Former Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Margaret Marshall was on that trip.
Mass. Special Olympics At Harvard, BU This WeekendMore than 2,200 athletes from around Massachusetts will be in Boston this weekend for the 2011 Special Olympics Summer Games.
Former UMass Chairman Rob Manning Reflects About Resignation, School's FutureSeniors at UMass Lowell graduated Saturday and a former student and Board of Trustees chair gave the commencement address.
Lt. Gov. Murray Talks Budget Cuts, Dimasi TrialLt. Governor Tim Murray talked with WBZ NewsRadio 1030 about state budget cuts and Gov. Patrick being on the list of potential witnesses in Sal Dimasi's trial.
Dr. Mark Adickes Speaks About Possible 18-Game NFL SeasonDr. Adickes spoke with WBZ NewsRadio editor Suzanne Sausville about the possible 18-game season in the NFL.
Fishing Limits Arguments Heat UpA week after Commerce Secretary Gary Locke denied a request from Gov. Patrick to raise fish catch limits for Northeast fishermen, the controversy is heating up.
More Mass. Foreclosures In Suburbs, Rural AreasA new report says for the first time more home foreclosures in Massachusetts are taking place in suburban and rural communities than in long-troubled cities.