Thousands upon thousands of runners took to the streets in Boston and beyond on Saturday, a precursor to the 118th Boston Marathon.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick says the decision to lock down much of greater Boston during the search for the surviving suspect in the marathon bombing was a “tough call” but one he’s glad that was made.
For hours, Watertown was on lockdown as teams went door to door looking for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
There were plenty of heroes in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Watertown Police officers came face to face with the Boston Marathon bombing suspects during a shootout on the city’s streets.
Psychologist Jonathan Comer led a study that assessed the effects of the bombings on children from various parts of the state.
Thousands of firefighters from across the country and overseas came to Watertown to pay their final respects to a Boston firefighter who was killed with a colleague in a nine-alarm fire in the Back Bay last week.
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.
Officer Dic Donohue, who was severely injured in the shootout with the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, has found a very personal way to give back.
A newcomer and a Boston Marathon veteran are both raising money for bombing survivors and replacing the horror of last year with an achievement from the heart.