Bombing Survivor Donates Marathon Bibs To Help Victims Of Paris AttacksOne Boston Marathon bombing survivor has donated his marathon bibs in an effort to help the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks.
Keller @ Large: Ed Davis Talks 'Extremely Troubling' ISIS DevelopmentsDavis and Keller discuss the Paris attacks and the threat at home.
Keller @ Large: After Paris Attacks, What Do We Do Now?Jon Keller wonders whether what the right response is to the deadly Paris attacks.
Boston Rally Remembers Victims Of Paris Attacks, Shows SolidarityThe French consulate in Boston invited people to a rally at Boston Common at noon Sunday.
Boston Police To Boost Presence At Concerts, Sports Venues Following Paris AttacksAuthorities are confident that there's no current threat to Boston, but are still stepping up security.
More Troopers On Hand For Patriots Vs. Giants In New Jersey New Jersey State Police say there is no credible threat in the state after the deadly Paris attacks.
Travelers From Paris Happy To Be Back In Boston After AttacksTravelers arriving at Logan Airport from Paris embraced each other in tears on Saturday.
2 Boston Area Men In Paris Safe After AttacksSome Boston area people were in France when the deadly Paris attacks occurred on Friday.
Mass. Police Step Up Security Following Deadly Paris AttacksTonight Boston Police are keeping a close eye at the French Consulate where flowers and messages of support continue to be left following several attacks in Paris Friday that left more than 120 dead.
Martin Richard's Sister Sends 'No More Hurting People' Message To ParisJane Richard made a sign written in French that translates to the same "No more hurting people" message her brother held up before he was killed in the Boston Marathon bombings.
Northeastern Officials Confirm 57 Students, Faculty In Paris Are SafeNortheastern officials confirmed that 57 members of university, two faculty members and 55 undergraduate students, were unharmed after a string of shootings and explosions in Paris.
NFL Announces Increased Security Measures Following Paris AttacksNational Football League officials have announced that there will be increased security measures in place for this week’s games following the attacks Friday’s night in Paris.
Boston Residents Asked To Sign Condolence Book For Paris VictimsBoston Mayor Marty Walsh is opening the doors of City Hall for residents to come and show their support for those injured and killed Friday night in Paris.
Memorial Honoring French Victims Grows At Boston ConsulateA makeshift memorial for victims of the Paris terrorist attacks is growing outside the French Consulate in Boston.
Islamic Society Of Boston Calls Paris Attacks 'Horrific And Heartbreaking'The Islamic Society of Boston reacted Saturday morning to the deadly Paris attacks, which ISIS has claimed responsibility for.