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.
Tuesday morning, the Richard Family marked the day of remembrance by attending the wreath ceremony on Boylton Street.
In this segment, WBZ’s Diane Stern presents perspectives from several first responders, including Betty Sparks, an ER nurse at Newton Wellesley Hospital, who volunteered at the finish line medical tent.
The one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings is especially difficult for those who knew and loved the three people who lost their lives at the finish line.
Strong Medicine is a digital archive of get well cards, photographs, reflections, and other media documenting the medical community’s response to the Boston Marathon bombings.
Stacy Friedman will run the marathon with a number given to Adrienne Haslet-Davis, a victim of last year’s bombings.
For Celeste and Sydney Corcoran, the photo shoot marked their first return to Boylston Street.
Boston Medical Center paused Monday to reflect on the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings and those who were injured.
A bill creating a “Boston Strong” license plate has been given final approval by lawmakers.
WBZ-TV reporter Paul Burton will run his 10th Boston Marathon this year.