A business that’s been part of the North End for more than a hundred years is getting ready to close.
Of all the people injured in the Boston Marathon bombing, few if any, came as close to death as Los Angeles area businessman John Odom.
Mery Daniel, who lost a leg during the Marathon bombings is waiting for her first prosthesis, and looking forward to the greater independence it will give her.
Some of Boston’s finest chefs cooked up a special meal Sunday night to help raise money for Big Sister Association of Greater Boston.
At a rundown building in Dorchester, the sounds of hammers and saws are heard as YouthBuild Boston is taking a wreck, seeing the possibility and making it happen.
The MFA is calling its tribute to the city and its people, “Boston I Love.”
A federal appeals court has upheld the 8-year prison sentence given to the longtime girlfriend of reputed gangster James “Whitey” Bulger for helping him during his 16 years as a fugitive.
Many survivors of the Marathon bombings are frustrated they’re not recovering faster. Alvaro and Martha Galvis have each had multiple surgeries.
Thousands of people have come together in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, and their generosity has been nothing short of astounding.
Boston Athletic Association Executive Director Tom Grilk says everything is open for consideration for the 2014 marathon.