Dowds was one of 131 Unsung Heroines of Massachusetts recognized by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women.
Novelists Anita Diamant and Charlotte Gordon in conversation with author JoeAnn Hart about writing, creativity, and place, July 19.
David Henderson, a veteran community engagement, marketing, and communications specialist for the non-profit field began his new role June 18.
Andover teacher Katherine Budinger was selected to return for a second time to help lead the group as an “Ambassador.”
As COO, Tuttle will be responsible for the overall administration of programs and defined administrative services within Bridgewell.
Featuring keynote speaker Adriana Rojas Garzón and Michael Helman, who will be presented with the Malcolm Coates Award for Service and Leadership.
The three new team members bring exciting energy and know-how to the historic house as development professionals.
Our author catches up with the star of the HBO hit "Crashing" and former Wenham resident.
Williamson brings more than 25 years of well-rounded management and fundraising experience grounded in relationship and community building.
CEO Don Oakes and president and COO Beth Shissler have grown their business to 13 retail stores with over 100 employees.
Carol Vallone, who has been a member of the McLean board for 11 years, has succeeded David S. Barlow.
Kathleen Cook received the award for serving more than 30 children over the past 20 years as court-appointed special advocate.
The Massachusetts Restaurant Association and contributing chefs from across the state raise money to end childhood hunger.
Discover the towns and sites that inspired some of history’s greatest literary heroes.
Through the Smiles for Life Foundation, Dr. McAllister provided teeth whitening services to fundraise for children with special needs who take therapeutic riding classes at Windrush Farm.
An associate in Pierce & Mandell, P.C.’s Health Law practice, Hoff will serve on Bridgewell’s Development and Marketing committee, effective immediately.
President Keenan emphasizes equality, social justice, and Salem upbringing.
Daniel Hinds produces a bedtime story-style podcast for children and their families right here on the North Shore.
Susan Labrie was selected from a host of talented candidates by the Portsmouth400 Steering Committee.
Elan Vital II now hangs in a private collector’s home.
America’s Test Kitchen co-host and Marblehead resident Bridget Lancaster takes center stage with a new cookbook.
The 12-day citywide festival will take place April 4 – 15, 2018.
Fans of the Pop Art icon walked away with some of his original work and personal photos at the John McInnis Auctioneers.
Think you are all thumbs when it comes to bouquets? Here’s some hand-holding from a local floral designer.
Beauport Hospitality Group's Jeanne Hennessey and The Trustees' Robin Donovan are among the winners.
Shalane Flanagan is a truly inspiring local runner.
8 North Shore businesses were featured in the Boston Globe.
Philanthropist Steven P. Rosenthal’s generous donation is helping bring attention to Northeast Arc’s Changing Lives Fund.
ECCF turns donor funds into social change.
Sea Level Oyster Bar's Jennifer Normant and Mission Oak Grill's Nick Peters Bond will battle it out on Hell's Kitchen All-Stars.
Red Apple Lunch delivers nutritious meals with a message.
Martin, who had been serving as interim CEO of the Peabody-based nonprofit, will assume her role effective immediately.
From the '60s through today, Patriots cheerleaders have entertained thousands while holding an array of different professions.
Tom DesFosses helps create A Reason to Ride to raise funds for cancer research as a way to give back to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
A 2007 Lowell High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy with Commander Fleet Activities Sasebo (CFAS).
Hannah Reitz has plans to expand the Seacoast Youth Symphony Orchestra's outreach with additional performances in public spaces and local schools.
Owner of four Fuddruckers restaurants, Jim Boland has been getting much-deserved recognition for his long-standing efforts of giving back to the local community.
The one-man play, which explores the last days of radio operator Simon Geller, will enjoy a stage reading on July 30.
Proceeds from the sale of products will assist Habitat in its mission to help families achieve strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter.
Each year, the one hundred, created and supported by the Mass General Cancer Center, honors 100 individuals and groups who are committed to the fight against cancer.
A Topsfield couple offers accessible garden experiences for people living with long-term illness and their care-partners.
Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity offers veterans “a hand up, not a handout.”
Eric Allshouse brings art class outdoors.
Andrew Boylan's psychological thriller hits No. 1.
Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless hosts Dream Big! Gala in Boston on May 17.
Dr. James Kraus of North Boston Oral & Facial Surgery takes a humanitarian trip to San Pedro Sula.
Founded by Andy Boyajian and his wife, Rose Ann, the business has been family owned and operated since 1977.
This Father’s Day, help raise money for the nonprofit that donates buggies to children with disabilities.
Steven Rosenthal gives a $1 million gift to Northeast Arc to establish the Changing Lives Fund.
Inspired by the beauty of the sea, these sculptors formed iconic works of art for all time.