Officer Dic Donohue was in attendance at a blood drive being held in remembrance of the Boston Marathon bombings.
A shootout with the Tsarnaev brothers left Transit Police Officer Dic Donohue wounded and near death.
Survivors of the Boston Marathon bombings expressed feelings of relief and took time to remember those killed.
Jurors completed a full day of deliberations on Tuesday, announcing to the judge at the end of the day that they have two questions.
Carlos Arredondo is using his name recognition to help military families dealing with suicide.
Wounded transit officer Dic Donohue reminisced Tuesday morning on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich about that fateful night in Watertown one year ago as well as his road to recovery.
The Red Sox received their 2013 World Series rings on Friday, but who brought them out at Fenway was what made the day so special.
Officer Dic Donohue, who was severely injured in the shootout with the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, has found a very personal way to give back.
He was nearly killed during a shootout with the alleged marathon bombers. Now, MBTA Officer Dic Donohue is asking for help.
As they stood side-by-side to accept the “medal of honor” Wednesday afternoon, wounded MBTA Transit Officer Dic Donohue still didn’t remember anything about that night and his former partner tries not to think about it.