State lawmakers are considering whether to allow motorists to buy a “Boston Strong” license plate with proceeds helping victims of the April 15 marathon bombing.
While the first round of One Fund Boston has been distributed to Marathon bombing victims, the fund is by no means depleted.
Two brothers have been indicted on charges that they attempted to defraud The One Fund Boston of $2 million.
A team of Boston first responders faced the Wounded Warriors softball team, a group of young men who served their country, and paid the price with an arm or a leg.
A New Jersey woman is facing charges for allegedly filing a false claim with the Boston Marathon bombing victims’ fund.
A woman who claimed she suffered a traumatic brain injury in the Boston Marathon bombings has been charged with collecting a fraudulent $480,000 claim from The One Fund Boston.
The man who claimed that his dead aunt was injured in the Boston Marathon bombing has been ordered held on $30,000 on charges he tried to defraud the Boston One Fund.
“The Freedom Song (They’ll Never Take Us Down),” is a new patriotically themed song Neil Diamond will release July 2.
The One Fund Boston continues to grow as the Saturday deadline passes for marathon bombing victims to file a claim.
Friday at 10 a.m. marked the beginning of One Run For Boston, a cross-country relay started by Englishman Danny Bent.