It Happens Here: Framingham's Infancy As A CitySee how the first black female elected mayor in Massachusetts, Dr. Yvonne Spicer, is leading the charge six months into their transformation.
It Happens Here: SquashBusters At Northeastern UniversitySquashBusters combines the sport of squash with academic enrichment, community service, and college counseling. It’s changing the lives of at-risk teens in Boston and beyond.
It Happens Here: The Boston Marathon Route, Home Of The Military RelayThe Boston Marathon marks the 100th anniversary of its most unusual marathon: the Military Relay of 1918. Here’s how it happened.
It Happens Here: Hopkinton, Home Of The Boston Marathon Start LineWhy on earth is the Boston Marathon start line where it is? It’s actually an interesting history lesson, and King Edward VII may be to blame.
It Happens Here: Webster, Home Of 'Webster Lake'Breana Pitts finds out how Webster Lake’s "real name" came to be and why it is so meaningful for the people who live around it.
It Happens Here: The Underground Railroad Through Beacon HillBeacon Hill served as a metaphorical beacon for those escaping the bonds of slavery. The Underground Railroad traveled through the winding alleys in Boston.
It Happens Here: Cambridgeport & The Off Ramp To NowhereIn the 1960s, a small group mobilized to stand up for their neighborhood. It’s a literal story about the little guy fighting City Hall.
It Happens Here: Whitman, Home Of The Chocolate Chip CookieThe story of the cookie's invention isn’t as straightforward as you may think.