Thousands of athletes joined victims of the Boston Marathon bombings to run and walk the last mile of the race Saturday, reclaiming the triumph of crossing the finish line.
Hundreds of people were expected to turn out at some point on Saturday to participate in a pub crawl along the last half-mile of the Boston Marathon route.
Gov. Deval Patrick is requesting federal assistance for small businesses affected by the Boston Marathon bombing.
On its first full night back in business, Boylston Street was bustling. Wednesday night, people gathered at the memorial on Copley Plaza and packed local businesses.
Traffic was allowed to flow all the way down Boylston Street on Wednesday morning for the first time since two explosions on April 15 killed three spectators and sent more than 260 to the hospital.
Mayor Menino announced Wednesday that parking in the Back Bay will be free through Sunday.
The area near the Boston Marathon finish line where two bombs killed three people is slowly coming back to life.
Here is the staggered schedule released Tuesday for businesses and residents to begin returning to the areas of Boylston Street impacted by the Boston Marathon bombings.
A week after the Boston Marathon bombings, the Federal Bureau Of Investigation has turned the crime scene over to the City Of Boston.
Mayor Tom Menino and other city officials have announced a five-phase plan to reopen Boylston Street and other areas of Back Bay affected by the Boston Marathon bombings.