Lt. Ed Walsh
Firefighter Michael Kennedy’s mother said the only good thing to come from her son’s death is the focus that will be put on safe firefighting.
On a day that’s come to symbolize their commitment to saving lives, 29 names were added to the ring of honor, men who’ve lost their lives in the last year.
Two Boston firefighters killed in the line of duty were honored on Saturday in West Roxbury.
Thousands attended the wake for Firefighter Michael Kennedy in West Roxbury.
The firefighting brotherhood was on full display on the streets of Watertown, but joining them to witness the solemn procession were members of the public who never met Lt. Edward Walsh.
When firefighters broke the news of Lt. Ed Walsh’s death to his wife, she had one request.
Thousands lined the way to St. Patrick’s Church in Watertown to salute Lt. Edward Walsh, one final time.
Family, friends and colleagues gathered Tuesday to pay their respects to one of the firefighters lost in the Beacon Street fire.
A team of marathon runners honoring fallen MIT police officer Sean Collier held a fundraiser at The Forum restaurant.