The one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings is especially difficult for those who knew and loved the three people who lost their lives at the finish line.
Bill and Patricia Campbell talk about their daughter Krystle and the day they lost her in the Boston Marathon Bombings.
What started as a $400,000 idea quickly bloomed into a million dollar challenge.
While Karen Rand McWatters’ physical pain has mostly subsided, the emotional pain of losing her best friend has not.
One family says when they heard Krystle Campbell’s story; they knew immediately where they’d be this marathon Monday.
Karen Rand, JP and Paul Norden and Lee Ann Yanni are four of the 264 people seriously injured near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Krystle Campbell, 29, was killed in the April 15, 2013 bombing at the Boston Marathon finish line.
A portrait of Boston Marathon bombing victim and former University of Massachusetts-Boston student Krystle Campbell has been unveiled on campus.
The east gazebo on Spectacle Island Park in Boston Harbor will be dedicated to 29-year-old Krystle Campbell of Medford.
Boston Marathon bombing victim Krystle Campbell’s family was presented with Campbell’s posthumous degree at UMass Boston’s undergraduate commencement Friday.