Is Santa Safe? New Hampshire Says Yes In Coronavirus Amusement Park PlanThe Governor's Economic Reopening Task Force on Wednesday approved recommendations for the opening of amusement parks with restrictions aimed at containing the coronavirus.
Lawn Sign Project Spreads Joy, Helps First Responders In SudburyA family in Sudbury offers celebration signs in exchange for donations.
Snow Days 'Are Gone,' Rhode Island Education Commissioner Says, Replaced By Virtual LearningSorry, kids - it looks like old-fashioned snow days are a thing of the past in Rhode Island.
Allie's Donuts In North Kingstown, RI Sparks Controversy By Ending Police And Military DiscountThe announcement came after a black Providence firefighter went public with allegations that he was racially profiled by police.
Pink Flamingos Planted In Maine High School Football Field To Represent GraduatesPink flamingos have replaced the graduates at a high school in Maine. About 200 of them were planted on the football field at South Portland High School this week. 
'She Sees Me As A Human': Dedham Police Officer's Post About A 'Wonderful Conversation' Goes ViralThe officer said he was "glad to share with her what millions of great cops do every day."
'She Tried': Boy With Uneven Haircut From Mom Wins Year Of Cuts At Somerville BarbershopA Belmont boy has now won a free year of haircuts thanks to his mom's shaky attempt with the scissors.
Mass. Man Allegedly Threw 'Large Pickle' At Highway Worker; Charged With AssaultA Massachusetts man is facing an assault charge after he allegedly threw a large pickle from a moving vehicle that hit a Vermont highway worker.
Necco Wafers Are Making A Comeback This SummerNecco Wafers are about to make a sweet comeback after a two-year absence.
Bald Eagle Population 'Thriving' In Massachusetts; First Eggs Spotted On Cape Cod In 115 YearsThe Bay State's bald eagle population is soaring.
New Hampshire Seeks Volunteers For Counting BatsNew Hampshire wildlife biologists are looking for help keeping track of the state's bat population this summer.
Crayola's 'Colors Of The World' Crayons Reflects Diverse Skin TonesCrayola will release new packs of crayons to represent the world's skin tones, the company revealed Thursday.
CBS All Access To Produce New Episodes Of John Krasinski's 'Some Good News'The Newton native will no longer host the show, but he will have an on-air presence. He will also be involved as an executive producer.
'I Just Stopped In My Tracks': Tewksbury Family Says There's A Monkey On The LooseA Tewksbury woman said she was stunned when she came across what she believes was a monkey on the loose in town.
53-Year-Old Tortoise Up For Adoption After Owner Dies Of CoronavirusA 53-year-old tortoise named Ms. Jennifer that may be the oldest animal ever cared for by MSPCA-Angell is up for adoption after her owner died of coronavirus.