Food Pantries Prepare For Increased DemandThe nearly 47-million Americans who rely on food stamps are now dealing with cuts. The 2009 stimulus program that boosted benefits is now over.
Dracut Woman Seeks Help For Injured Service DogA service dog that provides lifesaving and life changing help to a Dracut woman, needs help himself.
Lincoln-Sudbury Students Get Moment Of Silence For 9/11 A Day Late Many students at Lincoln-Sudbury High School were upset that the school did not honor September 11th victims with a moment of silence. Now, they are trying to make sure that never happens again.
Study: Children's Use Of E-Cigarettes On The Rise Children — like adults — are increasingly trying electronic cigarettes, according to the first large national study to gauge use by middle and high school students.
Emergency Radio Transmissions From Boston Marathon Bombings Show Quick, Efficient ResponseWhat you hear on the audio is a team stationed near the finish line responding quickly and efficiently to a tragedy.
Gov. Patrick Marks Anniversary Of King SpeechGov. Deval Patrick said Wednesday that the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech in is a time to reflect on both the progress that has been made in bridging the country's racial divide, and also the challenges that still lie ahead.
Tributes Comfort Family Of Slain MIT Officer Sean CollierOn Thursday, the Somerville Police Department will posthumously swear in Officer Sean Collier then retire his badge.
Replacement Of Hippo Stolen From Child's Grave Restores Mom's FaithA local mom says Disney's work to replace a Hyacinth hippo stolen from her daughter's grave has "restored her faith."
Costume Contest Kicks Off Boston Comic Con It was a people watchers parade of super heroes, villains and video game characters, all of them getting excited about this weekend's Comic Con in Boston.
Local Leaders React To Pope Francis' Statements On Gay Priests In a significant break with the past, Pope Francis appears to be reaching out to the gay community.
Boston's Top Students Honored For Academic AchievementsThe number one students at more than 30 Boston high schools were praised and celebrated Tuesday for their academic achievements.
RI Couple Moved To Tears By Pope's Embrace Of Son A Rhode Island couple says they were speechless and moved to tears when Pope Francis hugged and kissed their 8-year-old son in St. Peter's Square on Easter Sunday.
Robotics Competition Underway At Boston UniversityA robotics competition in Boston features technology built by teenagers that you have to see to believe.
Lauren Astley's Parents Speak Out About Murder TrialIn the year and a half since Lauren was killed, her parents had begun to heal, but the details, evidence and testimony of the murder trial brought all the pain back.
Beverly Family To Plead With FDA To Approve DrugMax Gaudenzi has Duchenne muscular dystrophy. His family is heading to Washington to plead with the FDA to approve a drug that would give them hope.