Senior Multimedia Journalist James Kukstis sits down with Marshfield's Jim Hamilton, author of "The Black Cats of Amherst", which tells the story of Hamilton's grandfather's World War I ambulance unit.
Olga Pavlova, a Russian immigrant and resident of Needham for the past seven years, speaks about what her first Thanksgiving was like, her favorite Thanksgiving foods and why the holiday means so much to her.
During Topsfield Veterans Day ceremonies, Veterans Agent Dick Cullinan looks back on the Great War, now known as World War I, how it changed the nature of war, and also how the world still waits for an enduring peace.
The debut of Belmont's newest talk show, "Belmont Buzz," features guests Ellen Schreiber and Jessie Bennett of the Yes for Belmont campaign in support of the debt exclusion question on the Belmont ballot Nov. 6. Schreiber and Bennett explain why the grade seven to 12 project, which the debt exclusion, if it passes, will help fund, is the best solution for Belmont.
Rabbi Richard Nichol of Congregation Ruach Israel in Needham sat down with The Needham Times to discuss the recent shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh and how the incident will influence CRI's security.
Nationally, religious attendance among young adults is low. Many places of worship, including the Catholic Church are looking for ways to engage young adults. Rev. Jonathan Gaspar from St. Mary of the Assumption in Brookline talks about the importance of connecting with young adults.
Rev. Gary Shaw of Carter Memorial United Methodist Church in Needham speaks with Stefan Geller of the Needham Times about how he has seen attendance change at his church and what has been causing the decline in church attendance across all denominations over the past several decades.
Peter Haley, Winchester's Town Meeting moderator and a parishoner at St. Mary's Parish, urged church officials to set up a group of lay lawyers who could review the employment terms of the parish's recently-fired, popular director of ministries.
Arlington's Town Counsel Doug Heim addressed concerns a proposed pair of houses at 47 Spy Pond Lane would set a precedent for future development as the Arlington Conservation Commission conducted a public hearing about the proposed buildings.
Attorney Elizabeth Pyle spoke to the Arlington Conservation Commission on behalf of abutters on Spy Pond Lane as the commission conducted a public hearing about a proposed pair of houses at 47 Spy Pond Lane.
Kolbo Fine Judaica is celebrating 40 years in Brookline. As they celebrate the milestone, owners Janet Fine and Larry Hardoon are finding the balance between preserving the charms of a mom and pop store while remaining competitive in the world of online shopping.
Wendall Waters interviews Boxford Municipal Facilities Co-Chairmen Bob Gore and Al Vaz, who give their take on the $24.5 million "One Town One Plan" proposal to upgrade and expand non-school municipal facilities. Voters will weigh in on the the plan at the Oct. 23 Special Town Meeting.