Through fundraising and the cheers of residents, the town of Natick embraces the spirit of the Boston Marathon. The marathon route through here covers 4.2 miles in West Natick and Natick Center. The route through […]
Instead of taking the crowded T to watch the race downtown, fans can take the MBTA commuter rail out to Framingham instead.
The town of Ashland has a long standing association with the Boston Marathon — one that dates back to the marathon’s inception.
It’s a relatively quiet suburban community until each spring on Patriots’ Day.
The weather, runners and crowd sizes may change, but the one constant that is essential to any marathon-goer is knowing where to land a great spot along the route.
Most locals can name them: Hopkinton, Ashland, Framingham, Natick, Wellesley, Newton, Brookline, and of course Boston. But here are five things you didn’t know about the communities along the marathon route.
In addition to the old list, here’s a new list of great bars along the Boston Marathon Route.
More than half a million people line the 26.2 mile Boston Marathon course each Patriots’ Day, to cheer on elite athletes, loved ones, and complete strangers.
If you prefer a drink at the bar over a protein bar, this list is for you.