Today marks the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, and while there’s plenty to discuss around the Boston sports world, Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak felt it’d be best to put the sports talk aside at least for one day.
The Boston sports teams did a lot to help the community heal after the tragic events of April 15, 2013, and they continue to show their support on the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings.
A bill creating a “Boston Strong” license plate has been given final approval by lawmakers.
A goalie mask that pays tribute to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings is being raffled off for the One Fund.
Opening Day at Fenway Park offers a chance for the city to come together for a time of recovery and redemption after a tough week and year
It’s been a trying year but with the pain comes ways we are now Boston Strong(er).
The Massachusetts House has unanimously approved a bill that would let motorists buy a “Boston Strong” license plate with proceeds helping victims of last year’s marathon bombing.
No local event in recent memory has been as emotionally jarring as the Marathon terror bombings.
2013 was a year of highs and lows for the city of Boston.
When it comes to the endless cycle of losses and wins in life, all of us are or will someday be seasoned veterans.