Local Girls Hockey Team Getting Ready To Play Against Boys In ChinaThe girls on the Assabet Valley All-Stars are young - 10, 11 and 12, but they’re about to take, what could be, the trip of a lifetime.
Team Boston Fire Bikes PMC For Fellow FirefightersThe Pan-Mass Challenge is personal for Boston firefighters because their profession puts them at a higher risk of cancer.
Harpist Calms Nerves At Fall River Hospital It's a beautiful moment of calm at a time when many people are anything but, and it's a soothing sound when many people are looking for relief.
Ant Bicycle Working With Swampscott To Combat Discarded Bike ProblemThe town of Swampscott and the Cambridge based bike share company, Ant Bicycle, are working to solve the growing problem of discarded bikes.
'You're All Americans Now': Naturalization Ceremony Takes Place On July 4Old Sturbridge Village hosted 152 people who took the oath of citizenship Wednesday.
3rd Annual PMC Farm Fest Raises $8,000 For Cancer ResearchDuring one weekend in June, a trip to Davidian Farm included a petting zoo, face painting, tractor rides, live music, camping, hot air balloon rides, and more.
Cathedral Of The Holy Cross Undergoes First Renovation In 150 YearsAfter 150 years the Cathedral of the Holy Cross is getting much needed repairs, and a shift into the 21st century.
Students Surprised With National Award For Helping Others Navigate SchoolThree Medford High School students got the surprise of their lives Tuesday all because of a unique project they created.
Classmates Celebrate 75th High School ReunionIt's the 75th reunion for the class of 1943 at St. Bernard's Catholic High School in Fitchburg.
Girl Writes Book For Her Little Brother With AutismA Braintree second grader is so devoted to her little brother she wrote him a book.
Strategy, Innovation, Intention Help Improve Race Relations In BostonLeaders working to improve opportunities for people of color in Boston say strategy, innovation and intention are three keys to success.
Boston's More Diverse, But Racial And Opportunity Gaps Still ExistWhen WBZ-TV went on the air 70 years ago, Boston was 94-percent white and 5-percent black. Now it's 47-percent white, 22-percent black.