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Boston Doorman Helps Sick Child Living At Hotel Get New Puppy

BOSTON (CBS) – In a world that can overwhelm us with problems, it’s good to know you can find kindness and generosity, even among people who started out as strangers. 336 more words


Ireland To Hold Historic Vote On Same-Sex Marriage

BOSTON (CBS) – It’s been 11 years since gay marriage was legalized by the Supreme Judicial Court in Massachusetts, the first state to do so in the U.S. 289 more words


Eye On Education: High School Students Learn Science, Business At UMass Lowell

LOWELL (CBS) – An impressive class for honors students at Lowell High School combines science and business and they’re taking advantage of a resource right in their own neighborhood. 373 more words


Uber Driver Serenades Unsuspecting Passengers In Boston

BOSTON (CBS) – An Uber driver with some serious singing skills is serenading unsuspecting passengers as he takes them around Boston.

David Won is a laid off loan officer turned Uber driver, who has been an artist on a quest for a long time. 191 more words


Plainridge Park Casino: A Look Inside The State's First Slots Parlor

PLAINVILLE (CBS) – One-thousand two-hundred slot machines are out of the boxes at the Plainridge Park Casino in Plainville.

Workers are rushing to get the state’s first slots parlor ready for its grand opening on June 24. 216 more words


Eye On Education: 'Coaching 4 Change' In Brockton

BOSTON (CBS) – When you talk about role models for kids we often think of someone who has sacrificed to make a difference.

One young man left a promising career in finance to mentor at-risk kids he sees it as an investment in our future. 396 more words


When A Sale Is Not A Sale: The Worst Offenders

BOSTON (CBS) – When it comes to shopping, everybody loves a bargain; but a local consumer magazine found that sometimes a seemingly great discount, isn’t a discount at all. 394 more words