Red Cross: Harsh Winter Leads To Decreased Blood DonationsSeveral snowstorms have led to a decrease in collected blood donations this winter, according to the American Red Cross of Massachusetts.
Best Ways To Be Disaster-Ready In BostonBoston sits on a coast that is prone to bad storms. While an occasional tornado or small earthquake have been known to strike, hurricanes and blizzards are clearly the most common.
Helmet Cam Shows Sturbridge 4-Alarm Fire Up Close A four-alarm fire in Sturbridge that heavily damaged a home on Tuesday was captured on video by a firefighter's helmet camera.
Child Heart Surgery Patient Inspires Surge Of Blood DonorsThe American Red Cross credits 8-year-old Jacqueline Rogers of Billerica for helping them collect 700 units of blood at a donation drive Sunday.
Malden Families Displaced By Christmas Day FireThe American Red Cross is helping some families forced out of their homes by an early morning fire.
6 People, 1 Dog Displaced By Haverhill FireSix people, including three children, and one puppy were displaced by a fire in Haverhill early Saturday morning.
Man Who Died 8 Times Will Run In His 1st Boston MarathonBrian Boyle had it all. He was a young, handsome athlete about to start college in 2004. But in a split second, on July 6, 2004, his life was turned upside down.
Tropical Storm Irene: Shelters Open Across MassachusettsThe Red Cross has opened several shelters across Massachusetts in anticipation of Hurricane Irene.
Coakley On Japan Donations: Watch Out For Scams
Locals Concerned About Loved Ones In Japan After EarthquakePhones were ringing off the hook at American Red Cross offices Friday as people tried to get information about friends and loved ones in Japan.
Local blood drives aims to restock supplies