Bedford Man Embraces Cancer Battle, Uses Photography To Show Positive Side Of LifeJeff Hoyland is using his skill as a photographer to show the positive side of life and of his town.
'Living Proof': PMC Rider Ready To Bike Again After Cancer TreatmentsTaylor Chinitz has been a PMC rider since she was little, but last year, the meaning behind the ride got personal.
Street Artist 'Big Sam' Makes Impression On Boston Sports StarsA Boston University student with a catchy nickname is catching the eye of some Boston sports stars.
PMC's Team Perry: From Honoring A Lost Husband To Riding For A CureMelissa and Perry Levy had been married for less than two years when Perry was diagnosed with cancer of the small bowel. Four months later, he was gone.
'Wake Up Joe!': Family & Friends Send Message To Teen's Sleeping KidneyA local teenager with a recent kidney transplant needs that kidney to "wake up" and start working. So family and friends are sending it a message.
10-Year-Old Cancer Patient Gets Tuukka Rask Radiation MaskA 10-year-old cancer patient has a 'radiation' mask painted to look a lot like the one Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask wears.
'That Kid Might Be Luck': Michael Chavis Hits HR After 5-Year-Old Introduces HimAfter five-year-old Jaxon Younger enthusiastically introduced Michael Chavis, the second baseman hit a home run.
'Paint Is Not Enough': Red Cup Project Shines Light On Bike Lane DangersThey call it the Red Cup Project. It is a day of remembrance and action for cyclists here in the Boston area and across the country.
In Beverly, 40-Year Tradition Celebrates Good Friday By WalkingBeverly's Good Friday Walk is a 40-year tradition to raise money for North Shore families in need.
75-Year-Old Bradford Man Wins Unique Boston Marathon Bragging RightsMeet the last local Boston Marathon runner to cross the finish line with an official time.
South Boston Mom Leads Boston Marathon Team In Young Son's MemoryEvery runner has their reason for running the Boston Marathon and every runner on Team Colin wishes they had a different reason.
Raynham Business Honored For Commitment To Hiring People With DisabilitiesThis autism month, and a local company has a special commitment to hiring people with intellectual or physical disabilities, and it's working out well for both parties.
Boston's Top Chefs Prepare Meals For People In Need Community Servings delivers meals to people who may be too sick to prepare their own.
Quincy Cab Driver Honored For Protecting Elderly Woman From ScamA Quincy cab driver is being called a hero Friday for stepping up to stop a scam aimed at an elderly woman.
New Home Brings New Hope For Lawrence Family After Gas ExplosionsThe shell of Ivan and Veronica Soto's new home in Lawrence provides hope that can't be measured in square footage.