Cellphone-Free Concerts Could Be The Next Big ThingWe often hear about hands-free cellphones. How about cellphone-free concerts?
Cardinal Sean O'Malley Holds Christmas Service At Homeless ShelterCardinal Sean O'Malley delivered a message of hope on Christmas Day to the homeless at St. Francis House in downtown Boston.
Harvard Hosts Paralympic ExperienceHarvard University played host to an event Sunday aimed at introducing mobility impaired kids to paralympic sports.
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House Votes To Raise Mass. Minimum WageA bill that raises the state’s minimum wage to $11 per hour by 2017 was approved Wednesday afternoon in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
5 Things You Didn’t Know About WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s HistoryThe first commercial radio station in the country, WBZ NewsRadio 1030 has a long and storied history. The staff has told audiences countless stories over the years. But here are a few you may not know about.
Beverly Mourns Student Lost In Maine Plane CrashThe town of Beverly is mourning the death of a college student who died in a plane crash in Maine.
Beverly Man Killed In Maine Plane CrashA small plane that spiraled downward and burst into flames after striking a pickup truck shortly before takeoff was carrying two University of Maine students and one alumnus, all of whom died in the crash, the school said Saturday.
Lt. Gov. Tim Murray: 'I Would Like To Be Governor'Lt. Gov. Tim Murray raised some eyebrows Thursday morning when he told members of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce he would like to be governor.
WBZ Water Cooler: Hitting the Polls For The First TimeThe WBZ Water Cooler tracked down some young people, voting in their very first election.
Quincy City Councilor Proposes Regulations For Medical Marijuana CentersQuincy City Councilor Brian Palmucci took a look at the new law about medical marijuana and noticed a gaping hole in terms of licensing and zoning.
Job Fair For The Visually Impaired Held In BostonAs unemployment hovers around eight percent for the general population, among the visually impaired it is more like 70 percent.