• Volunteering Nov 16

    How You Can Help, Despite COVID, in Mass. This Holiday Season

    This holiday season is shaping up to be so different from others. One question facing many people around the Greater Boston Area is what they can still do to give back this year amid the coronavirus pandemic. For those looking to volunteer, some charity and outreach organizations around the area told us they are able to accommodate volunteers at their…

  • Halloween Oct 5

    Halloween Isn't Cancelled This Year, Says UNICEF as It Launches a Virtual Trick-Or-Treat Experience

    Due to the pandemic, nearly three out of four people have no plans to take their kids door-to-door this year, according to UNICEF USA, but the organization is not going to let COVID-19 cancel Halloween this year. We welcomed UNICEF President and CEO Michael J. Nyenhuis, who talked about a virtual Trick-or-Treat experience the fund is launching in honor of...

  • COVID-19 May 6

    Newton Teen Volunteers as ‘Shopping Angel'

    Shopping Angels deliver food to high-risk people in the United States and beyond. Newton teen, Nate Lesser, has stepped up and is now the Massachusetts Coordinator to help deliver food to those in need. He shares his story with Colton Bradford.

  • Maine Dec 13, 2019

    Maine Church Where Meth Lab Was Found Works to Reopen

    The work to get a Maine church building back open after a meth lab was recently found inside has begun.   “It was heartbreaking to have to do this,” Pastor Lynn Briggs of Buxton United Methodist Church said of locking the building until it’s clean. “The range of emotions has been horrible.” Last week, Buxton Police arrested Matthew Anderson, 33,…

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