Jumping into the world of social media can be daunting for some businesses, so Amber Naslund says the first thing businesses shoudl do is listen.
The Brooklyn, New York mom of 18-month-old twin boys posted a video online last month showing the boys apparently conversing.
One week ago today, it was 70 degrees with winds gusting past 50 mph. Since then, cold air has been locked in place with temperatures running 5 to 15 degrees below the average for this time of the year.
Nine-year-old Christopher Duffley is blind and autistic and has his gift for singing has put him in front of large crowds to sing the national anthem.
A video posted on YouTube is raising some questions about the use of force by Shrewsbury police.
A video that went viral on the web has led to a bouncer’s arrest in Worcester.
A New Hampshire comedy group that had a YouTube hit with its “Granite State of Mind” video last year has released a follow-up, an ode to the state’s indispensable “plow guys.”
Boston police are hoping that by releasing video of a homicide suspect they’ll be able to find him.
State lotteries across the country are increasingly turning to Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to connect with customers, a trend that Massachusetts Treasurer Steven Grossman said is one of his top priorities as he looks to boost sales in coming years.
A racially-charged video has gone viral, and a former Hingham mailman says it cost him his job.