Friday Jul 4
Feds to auction off historic Scituate lighthouse
The opening bid is $10,000 for Minot's Ledge Light, whose beacon is referred to as the "I Love You Light" because of its distinctive 1-4-3 flashing.
Lobster on a grand scale
The lobster used for this story came from Dave Delancy's The Lobster Trap Fish Market and Restaurant on Shore Road in Bourne.
A New Life For an Old Landfill
A landfill no longer. Scituate's 29-acre municipal landfill has been transformed into a money-making solar generating station with a capacity of 3 megawatts and an annual output of an estimated 4 million kilowatt hours of electricity.
Forecast: Sunny And Warm, Ideal For Beach Enthusiasts
This weekend's weather looks great for beach-goers, and many people will likely take full advantage of it.
Pilgrim Festival Chorus debuts 'Broadway Melodies' June 28
Ahmed sits down with Harvey Evans and Bert Michaels, original Jets from "West Side Story" to discuss their memoir "Our Story: Jets & Sharks, Then and Now" as told by the cast members from the movie.
Pope's their last hope
Three Bay State churches, including an East Boston landmark, have been stripped of their ability to do God's work, losing a decadelong fight to reopen after the Vatican's highest court denied their appeals, and the only hope they have left is the off chance the pope decides to have mercy on them.
Protest group loses bid to keep church in Scituate open
The last Massachusetts parishioners occupying an officially closed Catholic church are vowing to fight on, despite a final ruling against them by a Vatican court that effectively ends any hope of a reprieve.
Catholics still feel touch of John Paul II
The Reverend Richard Clancy held items to be touched to a relic of St. John Paul II for blessing.
Hear all about it
WHO DONE IT? The unsolved shooting of Franklin Crosby Bearse was front-page news in 1932.