Snowmageddon 2015 may not have been all it was expected to be, but that doesn't mean there aren't people who need help. Time to send in the Boy Scouts.
Michael Whary, a Boy Scout from Troop 120 in Elyria, Ohio, has a message for autistic children, and parents of children who have recently been diagnosed with autism.
Klondike derbies are great. You get to have fun in the snow by also learning and practicing essential Scout skills, and you get to compete against your friends and talk all kinds of smack if you win.
Boy Scout Andrew Morris knew just what to do when local farmers were having bug problems: Bring in the bats.
Emery Benson, a Scout from Maryville, Tennessee, was recently featured on The Meredith Vieira Show, one of TV's most popular daytime talk shows. Emery earned an Honor Medal for pulling one of his friends from the rapidly moving waters of a creek in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Food pantries exist to help those who aren't fortunate enough to know where their next meal will come from. But who helps the food pantries?
For more than 35 years, the Parents' Choice Foundation has been helping parents find quality products for their kids. And for the third consecutive year, Boys' Life has earned a coveted Parents' Choice Approved Award.
Since you're part of Scouting, you probably have some opinions, one way or the other, on the programs of the Boy Scouts of America. Here's your chance to make them heard.
Jake Pritchard didn't panic when his dad fell and seriously injured his head during a rappelling trip to Putah Creek State Wildlife Area. Instead, the boy kept calm and called 911, and now his father -- though seriously injured -- is recovering at a hospital.