We’re grateful to the survivors because by publicly sharing their stories of loss and recovery, they keep the essence of what happened that day in proper focus.
Lee Anna Yanni was standing in front of Marathon Sports when one of the bombs went off at the 2013 Boston Marathon. She is running the marathon this year.
Boston Globe reporter David Abel talks about the glimpse he got into the lives of the family of Martin Richard, the youngest marathon bombing victim.
Runners in a monthlong coast-to-coast relay to raise money for a charity aiding marathon bombing victims arrived to a raucous welcome in Copley Square.
Dozens participated in a hockey tournament fundraiser in honor of Boston Marathon bombing victim Martin Richard.
Former Mayor Thomas Menino said a flurry of Beltway reports and hearings has politicians putting posturing and headlines ahead of genuine empathy for marathon bombing survivors.
They are the faces of Martin Richard; his soccer coach, his neighbor, his friend’s dad, a local mom, even his second grade teacher.
Bill and Patricia Campbell talk about their daughter Krystle and the day they lost her in the Boston Marathon Bombings.
What started as a $400,000 idea quickly bloomed into a million dollar challenge.
While Karen Rand McWatters’ physical pain has mostly subsided, the emotional pain of losing her best friend has not.