The Boy Scouts of America’s National Executive Board ratified a resolution that removes the national restriction on openly gay adult leaders and employees.
Vol. 1 of the "Troop Leader Guidebook" — the top resource for Scoutmasters, assistant Scoutmasters, committee members and involved parents — is available.
Troop and Crew 140 of Buffalo Grove, Ill., spent 12 days in Alaska cruising through scenic fjords, ice-climbing and hiking through Denali National Park.
Does your unit need to travel in uniform for BSA insurance coverage? We asked the expert to settle this rumor once and for all.
Few universities support Scouting the way Waynesburg University does. At this rural campus in Pennsylvania, the BSA connections are all around you.
Knowing your role in recruiting and how you can share your unit's unique story with the community is the subject of the July 2015 ScoutCast, available now.
Those funny, heartwarming, only-in-Scouting scenes inspired a Scouter from Nevada to create a comic strip about Scouting.
Tent, hammock, cabin, retired battleship — all offer great experiences for Scouts, but only some count as camping nights for the Camping merit badge.
A few dozen Scouts from Erie, Pa., gathered to give a World War II-era Boeing B-17 "Flying Fortresses" a good scrubbing.
The BSA's production team is looking for troops with skills in camping, hiking, swimming, cycling or lifesaving to star in a series of instructional videos.