The Boston Marathon bombings put members of the news media in new and unfamiliar roles last year.
The first major sporting event in Boston after the twin blasts was two days after the Marathon.
Some of the survivors of last year’s Boston Marathon bombings are moving on with their lives with a new mission—to raise money for others.
There were plenty of heroes in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Volunteers at the Boston Marathon finish line medical tent will be hearing a familiar voice once again this year.
We know runners from across the country and all around the world will come to Boston to compete in the marathon. Each one has something to prove, including a very special man from Arkansas, who is getting ready to finish what he started one year ago.
At this year’s Boston Marathon, there will be a group of runners who share a unique experience: they are all victims of last year’s bombings.
Brittany Loring has come a long way since she was injured last Marathon Monday.
The Norden Family marked Tuesday’s Day Of Remembrance with a 26.2 mile relay walk along the Boston Marathon route.
The focus of Tuesday’s ceremonies was on the victims, the survivors and the community. But as we’ve seen so many times before, our political leaders played an important role in this day of remembrance.