10 Things You Didn't Know About ChicagoMany know Chicago is known as "the Windy City" and Wrigley Field is one of America's oldest baseball stadiums, but there are a lot of other things about this great city that are not widely known.
Local D-Day Veterans Receive France's Highest HonorTen New England D-Day veterans received France's highest honor Friday at the Museum of World War II in Natick.
Cape Cod Company Helps Bring Closure To WWII FamiliesA missile-shaped ocean robot from Cape Cod is helping to unlock a tragic seven-decades-old mystery.
Worcester Gun Buy-Back Program Turns Up World War II RifleAn effort to get guns off the street in Worcester brought in more than 100 weapons, plus an unexpected piece of history.
The Male vs. Female Pay GapAfter the great Depression of the 30s and during World War II, companies found they could pay the women less than they had paid the men.
Opinion: Obama’s Non-Commemoration Of D-Day Is Inexcusable
Gloucester Reverses Decision, Will Include Vietnam Memorial In ParadeAn outcry over the initial plan to exclude the memorial encouraged city officials to change the route.
89-Year-Old War Veteran From RI Finally Receives Bronze StarAt long last, A World War II veteran from Pawtucket has finally received a Bronze Star for acts of bravery and merit on the battlefield in Europe.
Hooray for Mr. PEuclid Joseph Peltier, affectionately known as “Ed,” was honored at a most inspiring memorial service a few days back.
WWII Veterans Get VIP Treatment At Gillette StadiumThe Kraft family who are longtime supporters of the men and women in uniform hosted the veterans thanks to the World War II foundation.
Wakefield Unveils New WWII MemorialOver 2,500 names have been etched in granite and bronze on the Wakefield memorial.
Salem Sisters Learn True Fate Of Sibling Killed In WWIIFor more than six decades, two sisters from Salem thought their brother was buried with other World War II vets near New York.