A Boston Marathon bombing survivor and his rescuer have joined hundreds of people who planted about 57,000 flags at the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne
Two spectators who became courageous symbols in the aftermath of last year’s Boston Marathon bombing are teaming up for a graduation speech.
The one-time strangers who became friends when the Boston Marathon bombing tragedy threw them together have been named commencement speakers at Fisher College.
Jeff Bauman, marathon survivor, is now Jeff Bauman best selling author. A role he says he couldn’t have imagined a year ago.
The year since Jeff Bauman was pushed in a wheelchair from the Boston Marathon, his legs ravaged and his face ashen, has been marked by pain and difficulty but also by triumphs: He’s learned to walk on new prosthetic legs, he’s gotten engaged and he’s an expectant father.
Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman and his fiancee are expecting their first child.
Boston Marathon bombings survivor Jeff Bauman is coming out with a book about his experiences during the last year.
Two survivors of the Boston Marathon bombings will sit with first lady Michelle Obama Tuesday when President Barack Obama delivers the annual State of the Union address.
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.
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.