Boston Marathon Bombings
2013 was a year of highs and lows for the city of Boston.
More than a hundred survivors of the Boston Marathon bombings, along with family members and first responders, left Boston’s Logan airport Wednesday night on an all-expenses-paid vacation to the south of France.
Swedish band The Hives is apologizing after infuriating a number of concertgoers Thursday night at TD Garden by announcing on stage that they were dedicating their song “Tick Tick Boom” to Boston.
Federal prosecutors have eased limitations on visits to Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev by his defense team.
The case of a New York woman accused of scamming almost half a million dollars from the Boston Marathon bombing victims fund is heading back to court this week.
They are an inspiration wherever they go and this weekend four Boston Marathon survivors were grand marshals for the City of Lights Parade in Lowell.
Following a difficult 2013, one family has a lot to be thankful for this holiday season. Their 12-year old son, who was seriously hurt in the Boston Marathon bombings, is almost fully recovered.
Marathon runners in Turin, Italy offered up a touching tribute to Boston last weekend.
Just minutes after the two bombs exploded at the Marathon Finish Line, as people rushed to help those hurt on Boylston Street, the FBI launched its search for answers 475 miles away.
Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis won the MLS Humanitarian Of Year Award after saving his father-in-law’s life on Marathon Monday.