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Eye On Education: Waltham High School Assigned 'Serial' Podcast

WALTHAM (CBS) – Parents, are you nagging your kids to finish their summer reading lists? Instead of reading, students at Waltham High School are listening to the popular… 236 more words


Frates Family: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Will Continue Until There's A Cure

BEVERLY (CBS) – The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which drove more Internet traffic than the Super Bowl and the Oscars combined is back this summer! Beverly’s Pete Frates was the inspiration for the viral videos of the year. 416 more words


Eye On Education: Superintendent Tommy Chang Officially Takes Over Boston Schools

BOSTON (CBS)– Today marks a new beginning for Boston Public Schools. It’s the first day for the new superintendent.

Paula Ebben sat down with Dr. Tommy Chang to learn more about his history and how he plans to start improving the city’s schools. 392 more words


Colleagues Say Retiring WBZ Anchor Jack Williams Was 'Priceless Boston Jewel'

BOSTON (CBS) – After working with legendary television anchor Jack Williams for many years, WBZ’s Dan Rea refers to Williams as “Pocatello, Idaho’s gift to New England.” 387 more words


Study: Most Cars Don't Have Good Latch Systems For Child Car Seats

WASHINGTON (CBS) – Many cars on the market aren’t making it easy for parents to properly install child restraints.

The Insurance Institute For Highway Safety (IIHS) looked at the built-in hardware – or latch system – which stands for “lower anchors and tethers for children.” 183 more words


Brockton Boy Continues Fight To Walk After Falling Out Window

BOSTON (CBS) – It happened in an instant, a fall out a window, and a little boy from Brockton is fighting to recover.

Three-year-old Avandro Goncalves has been hospitalized for three very long months, undergoing multiple surgeries and rehabilitation. 376 more words


Skateboard Therapy Helps Whitman Boy Soar

WHITMAN (CBS) – What if illness meant you couldn’t do too much, but once a day, you could soar? For a little boy from Whitman, it’s making all the difference. 499 more words