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Boston Marathon Scarf Project at Old South Church. (WBZ-TV)

Old South Knitters Wrap Marathon Runners In ‘Love And Courage’

Old South Church on Boylston Street has received thousands of blue and yellow scarves for marathon runners.

04/10/2014

Experts say this Psalm book could fetch upwards of $10 million if it is auctioned off. (Photo Courtesy: Boston Public Library)

Old South Church’s 1640 Psalm Book Sells For $14.2 Million At Auction

A tiny book of psalms from 1640, believed to be the first book printed in what’s now the United States, sold for just under $14.2 million on Tuesday, setting an auction record for a printed book.

11/27/2013

Experts say this Psalm book could fetch upwards of $10 million if it is auctioned off. (Photo Courtesy: Boston Public Library)

Old South Church’s 1640 Psalm Book Could Fetch $30M At Auction

A tiny book of psalms from 1640 — believed to be the first book ever printed in what is now the United States — is poised to set an auction record for a printed book on Tuesday.

11/26/2013

Candles burning in Boston for the victims of the Newtown, CT massacre.

Boston’s Old South Church Holds Vigil For CT Victims

The Old South Church of Boston held a peaceful and quiet vigil for the victims of the massacre in Newtown, Conn.

12/16/2012

Experts say this Psalm book could fetch upwards of $10 million if it is auctioned off. (Photo Courtesy: Boston Public Library)

Old South Church Voting Whether To Auction Off Multi-Million Dollar Psalm Book

A Boston landmark has an historic decision to make: whether to sell a unique hymn book that’s estimated to be worth millions of dollars.

11/30/2012

Mourners gathered at Old South Church in Boston on Monday to remember those lost in Japan.

Bostonians Hold Vigil For Japan Earthquake Victims

Bostonians plan to show their sympathy and support Monday night, for the victims of Japan’s devastating earthquake and tsunami.

03/21/2011

A woman stands on debris in Natori, Miyagi prefecture on March 20, 2011. Workers were close to restoring power to a nuclear plant's overheating reactors as the toll of dead or missing from Japan's worst natural disaster in nearly a century passed 20,000. AFP PHOTO / FRED DUFOUR (Photo credit should read FRED DUFOUR/AFP/Getty Images)

Boston To Host Vigil For Japan Victims

The Japan Society of Boston and the Old South Church in Boston have scheduled a vigil for the victims of the Japan earthquake and tsunami.

03/20/2011