Boston Marathon Explosions
The Boston Police Department is extending the deadline for people to re-claim property that was left behind at the scene of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Federal and local investigators are asking the public to come forward with information, photos, or video to help them track down who’s responsible for the deadly explosions at the Boston Marathon finish line.
Panic and chaos are seen in new video taken by the wife of WBZ-TV reporter Paul Burton.
Local and federal agents are now saying the man police were questioning is not a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings.
Sports Illustrated used an image from the aftermath of Monday’s Boston Marathon for its cover photo this week.
Monday was a horrible day for the city of Boston, and Rich Shertenlieb from the Toucher & Rich Show on 98.5 The Sports Hub had some unfortunate first-hand experience.
One of the people killed in the explosions at the Boston Marathon finish line Monday was an 8-year-old boy from Dorchester.
Wide receiver Danny Amendola has not yet taken the field in a Patriots uniform, but already, he is a part of the city of Boston.
Boston received tremendous support from the sports world on Monday.
It comes as more of a shock than a surprise that it did happen here, that evil swine scattered bombs around crowded areas in what will prove to be an utterly failed effort to terrorize us.