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.
Boston Globe reporter David Abel talks about the glimpse he got into the lives of the family of Martin Richard, the youngest marathon bombing victim.
Dozens participated in a hockey tournament fundraiser in honor of Boston Marathon bombing victim Martin Richard.
They are the faces of Martin Richard; his soccer coach, his neighbor, his friend’s dad, a local mom, even his second grade teacher.
Former State Trooper Sean Murphy will be running the Boston Marathon for little 8-year-old Martin Richard who was killed in the bombing one year ago.
He will always be remembered as the state police sergeant who took those grisly photos of accused marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. He calls them the real face of terror.
Martin Richard was the youngest victim of the Boston Marathon bombings.
As the anniversary of the marathon bombings approaches, the family of Jane and Martin Richard released a statement about their family’s healing.
The impromptu memorial at Copley Square became a shrine for people from around the world to express their sadness, and their hope.
A charitable foundation set up in honor of 8-year-old Boston Marathon bombing victim Martin Richard has announced its team for the 2014 Boston Marathon.